Colorado Criminal Defense Blog

Domestic Violence Defense Strategies In Colorado

In Colorado, domestic violence is defined as an act or threatened act of violence upon a person with whom the actor is or has been involved in a relationship including spouses, former spouses, past or present unmarried couples, co-parents, or a co-habitant when the violent or threatening act is used to coerce, control, punish, intimidate or seek revenge.

When marital or family disputes go beyond a simple argument and a spouse or family member loses control, a verbal disagreement can become physical. With emotions running high, especially [..]

What You’re Up against If Charged with Domestic Battery in Colorado

If you’ve watched any shows about law enforcement ever, you’ve probably heard the term “assault and battery.” What you might not know, however, is that in Colorado these are actually two separate charges.

Battery charges can be serious, and offenders may be especially anxious if they are charged with domestic battery. Learn what constitutes battery in our state, as well as how to defend against these charges so that you can avoid the consequences that come with conviction.

What Is “Battery” in Colorado?

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Knowing the Types of Domestic Violence Could Help Your Defense

Domestic violence negatively affects numerous people across the country, and often, individuals can suffer from this type of abuse for years and continue to suffer even after they have escaped the situation. While this is the side of the narrative most often described, another side to the story could include a person who has faced negative impacts to his or her life due to someone bringing false accusations of abuse against him or her.

Understandably, most people want to believe someone claiming to be a victim of [..]