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What Happens When You Get Charged with Domestic Violence in CO?

What Happens When You Get Charged with Domestic Violence in CO? Upon being charged with domestic violence in Colorado, severe consequences can ensue, which can range from probation to incarceration, with potential firearm restrictions and restraining orders. Domestic violence convictions result in lasting criminal records, affecting employment prospects and personal freedoms. Defense strategies may involve challenging allegations, demonstrating lack...

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Defenses for Domestic Violence Charges

Facing a domestic violence charge is difficult, and you might have many questions. One question most people ponder when faced with the potentially life-altering consequences of a domestic violence conviction is: What can I do to get out of it? It’s perfectly natural to want to learn more about the best defenses used for domestic violence charges. Our criminal...

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What Happens at a Preliminary Hearing for Domestic Violence in Colorado?

Domestic violence cases can be some of the most difficult criminal cases, both emotionally and in terms of defending against them. However, one of the keys to beating a domestic violence case lies in understanding what the prosecutor needs to prove, how they can prove it, and whose testimony they need. While this is true in every criminal case,...

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How Much Time Do You Get for Domestic Violence in Colorado?

The potential jail time for domestic violence in Colorado can range from just a few months up to 32 years depending on the severity. The exact sentencing you could face for domestic violence will vary depending on many factors, including charges alongside domestic violence, criminal history, and severity of domestic violence. Domestic violence charges are no laughing matter. Colorado...

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Financial Dependency & Domestic Violence

Economic Abuse Is a Form of Domestic Violence 26 million Americans lost their jobs in the first five weeks of the 2020 lockdown. Although the unemployment rate has decreased since then, that does not mean the US economy is up and running again. Millions of people remain unemployed or are working part-time until things go back to normal. These...

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