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First, domestic violence cases are a bit different than other cases. Domestic violence is a “sentence enhancer,” not a crime on its own. As a result, it can be added on to most criminal charges.
Domestic violence occurs between current or former spouses, partners, or boyfriends/girlfriends. Domestic violence is any physical abuse that could cause injury. In addition, domestic violence includes intimidation, harassment, or threats of violence or destruction of the victim’s property.
Under Colorado law, the police must arrest the accused person when domestic violence is suspected. Also under state law, the victim cannot drop the charges, even if they want to. Only a prosecutor can drop the charges if they feel they do not have enough evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt to the jury. Unlike other criminal defense cases, the prosecutor may bring up any other violent charges or allegations in your past. Above all, domestic violence cases move faster through the court system than other cases. Therefore, it is important to have legal representation.
Every couple has fights or arguments at one point. Unfortunately, things may have got out of hand. With our expertise in domestic violence and criminal defense, we are here to help. We will discuss your case, serve as your defense, and help you understand the legal process. You do not have to give up on your future.
Most importantly, contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case. Without a lawyer, you can easily make mistakes that will make the situation worse.
First of all, don’t try to fight domestic violence charges on your own—a good defense attorney can make a lifetime of difference.
Above all, don’t risk your future by waiting to get a defense attorney. Call Adam Tucker now for a free one-hour consultation.
The earlier you contact us, the quicker we can plan your defense to protect you and your future.
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