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Criminal Law Practice in Denver and the following areas

Domestic Violence

"Domestic violence" is a general term, used to refer to crimes involving physical violence, sexual assault, threats, verbal attacks, harassment, emotional abuse, restricting the movement of another and/or stalking of someone with which the accused has a relationship, like a spouse, ex-spouse, domestic partner, children, dating relationships, roommate or a blood relationship in the second degree (i.e. grandparent/grandchild).

Domestic violence charges, once an arrest has been made take on a life of their own, especially with spousal or child abuse. A prosecutor will take over the case, and charges cannot be dropped at the request of the victim, even if they victim wants to forgive and forget, or states that an error was made in contacting the police.

Even if there is no visible physical injury you can be charged and convicted for an attempted action or verbal and/or emotional abuse to the victim. Circumstance vary from case to case requiring different legal defense strategies, some of which may include self-defense, insufficient evidence, factual innocence and matters of jurisdiction

If you, or a loved one, are arrested and charged with Domestic Violence, your best option is to contact a skilled defense attorney who can identify the best strategies for defense in your specific case.

Criminal Defense Practice Areas

  • Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI
  • Theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Bank Fraud
  • Drug Possession
  • Khat Possession
  • White Collar Crimes

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