Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Lawyer in Denver, CO Domestic violence itself is not an actual crime.  Instead, domestic violence is a “tag” or aggravator to any criminal charge where the alleged victim and the accused have had previously or currently have a personal relationship.   A person can commit a criminal act aggravated with domestic violence even when no physical contact or physical injury has occurred.  For instance, harassing behavior such as repeatedly calling or texting a person can be considered an act of domestic violence for the purposed of the law. Domestic Violence Tag/Aggravator Defined:  Colorado is a mandatory arrest state, which…

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Child Abuse

Child Abuse Defense Attorney in Denver, CO A person commits child abuse if such person causes an injury to a child’s life or health, or permits a child to be unreasonably placed in a situation that poses a threat of injury to the child’s life or health, or engages in a continued pattern of conduct that results in malnourishment, lack of proper medical care, cruel punishment, mistreatment, or an accumulation of injuries that ultimately results in the death of a child or serious bodily injury to a child, as per CRS 18-6-401(1)(a). The penalties for child abuse have a significant…

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Assault Lawyer

Assault Laws in Colorado In Colorado Assault generally is defined as knowingly or recklessly causing bodily injury to another person. Battery (identified as “menacing” in some states) happens when a person knowingly causes a person to fear imminent serious bodily injury through threat or physical action.Assault is classified as follows: First-Degree Assault: A person intentionally causes serious bodily injury, often by use or threat of use of a deadly weapon. It is often considered a crime of violence and it is a felony. Penalties for first-degree assault in Colorado: Considered Class 3 Felony, could include up to 10-32 years in…

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Felony Offenses

In Colorado, crimes are classified as Felonies or Misdemeanors. If you are charged with a felony in Colorado you are facing a possible prison sentence. The Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense have over 20 years of expertise defending people accused of serious felony offenses. The Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense have experience representing people accused of Murder, Sexual Assault, Burglary, Identity Theft, DUI, Forgery and many other criminal charges. Don’t trust your future to somebody who doesn’t have the experience to tackle serious issues. Call Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense Schedule a 100% Free…

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DUI Defense

DUI Lawyer in Denver, CO It is always worth it to get a lawyer for a DUI. A lawyer will improve your chances of getting the best possible result in court and may be able to help you get the case dismissed.  Hiring a DUI lawyer may prevent your license from being suspended by the DMV. Possible DUI Defenses If you are charged with a DUI offense in Denver, we can use our 25 years of experience to help you get a favorable outcome. While each DUI case is different, lawyers can use a solid DUI defense to protect clients…

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Juvenile Cases

The court process and possible consequences are different for children accused of a crime. The Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense will fight for your son or daughter. The Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense will answer all of your questions regarding the charges. They will also explain the immediate consequences of the charge, as well as how a criminal case could impact your child in their future. Juvenile Records can be expunged. Although juvenile records should be kept confidential, this is the age of information. Don’t risk it, contact the Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense…

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Misdemeanor Offenses

QUICK GUIDE- MISDEMEANOR SENTENCING Class 1 Misdemeanor Up to 364 days in county jail and/or fine up to $1,000 Class 2 Misdemeanor: Up to 120 days in county jail and/or fine up to $750 * Max consecutive sentence for one case is 24 months ** No extraordinary crimes Petty Offense Up to 10 days jail and/or fine of up to $300.00. Civil Infractions No jail and up to a $100 fine Magistrate or county court judge will act as fact finder, call witnesses, ask questions District Attorney may but not required, to enter to negotiate plea or stip for diversion…

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Sealing Your Records

Having a criminal record can have a negative impact long after your case is done, even if your case was dismissed. If your case was dismissed, you successfully completed a deferred judgment, or if you were convicted of a drug offense/petty offense you can contact the Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys at GLaw Defense to get your record sealed. Schedule a 100% Free Consultation

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