Colorado Criminal Defense Blog

Colorado Arrest Warrant

An arrest warrant, in Colorado, gives the arresting officer the authority to arrest you. This is on the grounds that they believe that you are committing a criminal offense. The officer can then go into your home, workplace, or other places that he/she believes you  may be in order to execute the arrest warrant and take you into custody.

Once you’re arrested, you may then be allowed out on bail. This varies depending on the type and severity of crime that you’re accused of committing, along with [..]

Colorado Criminal Case Records—How To Keep Them Private

Though it can be difficult to keep your criminal charges private in Colorado, under certain conditions, it is possible.

Colorado Criminal Records and Privacy

As you know, a criminal record can negatively affect your life in a variety of important ways and prevent you from acquiring employment and housing, admittance to colleges and universities, denial of certain professional licenses, loan denials and a compromised reputation.

Before the internet, complex bureaucratic hurdles had to be jumped to get access to a person’s criminal history. But these days most [..]

Tips for Finding the Right Denver Criminal Lawyer for You

Criminal charges are a serious matter. Even a misdemeanor conviction can have a serious impact on what jobs you can pursue, where you can live, how you are viewed in court if you are charged later on, and other restrictions. Felony convictions can have even more serious impacts on your life and the loss of basic American rights.

If you want to give yourself the best chance at receiving a positive outcome in your case, you need a skilled Colorado criminal lawyer. There are many defense attorneys [..]