Colorado Criminal Defense Blog

Jeff Weeden Quoted in Denver Post Article

Denver criminal defense attorney Jeff Weeden was recently quoted in a Denver Post article regarding the delayed return of Memphis Grizzlies’ player Ja Morant. The NBA suspended Morant for 8 games without pay for posting a video of himself to social media brandishing a firearm in a Denver nightclub. Weeden stated, “It may have all been laughter and champagne, but under the eyes of the law, it can get to be a serious situation.”

Jeff Weeden, a skilled and experienced attorney, is known for his dedication [..]

What is a Wobbler?

Criminal charges are, for the most part, categorized as either a misdemeanor or a felony. However, in Colorado, certain crimes might be considered a “wobbler.” A wobbler is neither a misdemeanor nor a felony, but rather, both. This means that the charge can “wobble” between the two, depending on the type of crime and how it is charged and sentenced. 

Wobbler crimes can be quite confusing for those accused. In this post, our Denver criminal defense attorneys at WeedenLaw will explain in further detail the definition of [..]

Habitual Domestic Violence Offenses

When tempers rise, emotions erupt, and individuals respond impulsively, domestic disputes can arise. They also tend to escalate rather quickly. Once charged with domestic violence, the penalties you face if convicted can be severe. Multiple convictions may also land you a felony domestic violence charge. A conviction for felony domestic violence can derail your life – but it doesn’t always have to. With the right Denver criminal defense lawyer on your side, it’s possible not only to minimize the penalties you face, but even potentially get your [..]

Colorado Man Gets Life in Prison for DUI

On September 30, 2018, Angela Wimmer was on her way home from mass when she was struck from behind while sitting at a red light in Lakewood, CO. Wimmer’s Mazda was propelled forward at 43 miles per hour and proceeded to hit three other vehicles before resting in the middle of the intersection. The car was smashed inwards from its rear, with six feet of intrusion from the impact. Wimmer was found inside by nearby off duty firefighters, who described her as unresponsive in all ways except [..]

Extortion in Colorado

When a person obtains damaging information – whether it is true or false – they cannot threaten to use that knowledge to damage someone else’s life or reputation in return for money. Though the First Amendment of the Consitution permits the freedom of speech, and thus, allows people to speak about another person’s private life, there is a difference between that and extortion. The speech becomes illegal when used as leverage or to blackmail another individual. 

In this post, our Denver criminal defense attorneys at WeedenLaw will [..]