Lobbyist Ron Smith was arrested in December under suspicion that he broke into his ex-wife’s home in September, left chicken pieces to rot in her air ducts, poured bleach into her piano and marred new hardwood floors with track cleats.
“A man’s home is his castle.” You’ve probably heard this before. Did you know that it actually refers to a legal doctrine? The so-called “castle doctrine” is an exception to the usual rules regarding violent confrontation between people.
Criminal defense lawyers in Denver will be keeping a close eye on the upcoming trial of Broncos linebacker Elvis Dumervil. The standout pass-rusher will stand trial April 5 on charges he allegedly assaulted a parking lot attendant at Invesco Field in October.
With nearly 50 Colorado law enforcement agencies ramping up their New Year’s Eve DUI patrols , experienced Denver DUI lawyers are encouraging Colorado drivers to play it safe and take advantage of CDOT’s Plan Ahead Program.
“Should I have given my side of the story to the police?” This is one of the most common questions I am asked as a criminal defense attorney. Before I answer, a little background information is required to fully understand why this can be a complicated question.
Criminal defense attorneys in Denver are applauding a recent decision of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that indicates the government must obtain a court warrant to require internet service providers to turn over stored e-mail to the authorities.
After being charged with his second DUI resulting from a November traffic stop, Denver Broncos linebacker Genos “DJ” Williams has waived his arraignment Monday.
White Plains, New York mayor Adam Bradley was convicted of domestic violence charges stemming from several episodes in the past year with his estranged wife, Fumika Bradley, who claimed he slammed her fingers in a door and threw scalding tea on her.
Drug defense lawyers in Colorado could see an increase in drug cases originating in other states that involve medical marijuana. According to authorities, there is a surplus of medical marijuana in Colorado and it’s turning up in bordering states, like Nebraska.
Working in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Transportation’s “Heat Is On!” program, many law enforcement agencies across the state will be increasing their DUI patrols this Thanksgiving weekend hoping to reduce the number of drinking and driving incidents.