Many people believe that there is nothing a person can do to defend a DUI charge in Colorado. However, this is far from the truth. In fact, there are a number of defenses that, when supported by evidence, can lead to your case’s dismissal or acquittal, or a favorable plea bargain. Here is a list
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Driving under the influence of alcohol not only risks the life of the offender and everyone around him or her, but – especially for military personnel – it can also have far-reaching consequences on one’s career. Drunk driving has serious implications both on and off military bases, and you should make sure that you fully
Police often rely on a driver’s performance on a field sobriety tests to prove that he or she was driving under the influence. However, field sobriety tests are less than perfect, and sometimes completely sober drivers fail these tests. Here, we discuss three ways this can happen: 1. The Test is Administered Improperly Colorado has
Why should someone be worried about false accusations involving domestic violence? False allegations can ruin a person’s life. When police are called for domestic violence, in almost all cases an arrest is made. It is not something law enforcement takes lightly. It can lead to jail time, felony convictions, loss of employment, and financial ruin.
If you are involved in a domestic dispute and the police are called to the site, they will oftentimes use their own judgment to decide who is the victim and who is the aggressor. Unfortunately, their assumptions are not always correct. This mostly happens between a man and a woman, with the belief that the
If you are concerned about your safety with a partner being violent, or fear they will become violent, then you should absolutely contact the police to ensure your safety. However, if you are calling the police in order to “teach a lesson” to your significant other, then you should proceed with caution due to unintended
Frequently Asked Questions: Colorado Domestic Violence Q: Do I have to plead guilty to the charges in order to get out of jail? A. Absolutely not! Bond will be set for you and, once posted, you will be released. Do not plead guilty because you think you have to in order to get out of
Are you in the military and facing domestic violence charges in Colorado Springs or the surrounding areas? My name is Christian A. Schwaner, and I specialize in defending military personnel who have been charged with domestic violence. I am here to help. I hope you’ll consider calling me (719-577-9700) to discuss the charges you’re facing.