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Domestic Violence Calls Have Experts Concerned: Know Your Triggers

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Abuse | Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Calls Have Experts Concerned: Know Your Triggers

The coronavirus has shaken the world up in many ways aside from the virus itself. Millions of people are finding themselves out of work and businesses are being forced to close doors en masse. Lots of people are also practicing … Continue reading

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We’re Not Married – Why Am I Facing CO Domestic Violence Charges?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

We’re Not Married – Why Am I Facing CO Domestic Violence Charges?

Acts of domestic violence aren’t always between only a husband and wife. Individuals can face domestic violence charges even when they are not married. In fact, there are even some circumstances in which the perpetrator or victim isn’t even (and … Continue reading

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Yes, Colorado Domestic Violence Can Be Charged at the Federal Level

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Abuse | Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

Yes, Colorado Domestic Violence Can Be Charged at the Federal Level

We have encountered a lot of confusion surrounding domestic violence among clients in Colorado. So we decided to tackle some of the most common questions we encounter: I’m not with the victim anymore; Why am I being charged with domestic … Continue reading

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Is It True That Colorado Domestic Violence Increases in the Summer?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Is It True That Colorado Domestic Violence Increases in the Summer?

Summer is supposed to be the best time of year, but it turns out that this season can bring out the worst in some people. Colorado sees an uptick in violent crimes over the summer months each year — especially … Continue reading

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How Connected are Substance Abuse and CO Domestic Violence Charges?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Abuse | Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

How Connected are Substance Abuse and CO Domestic Violence Charges?

Substance abuse and domestic violence are both unfortunate realties of modern society. Both are common, affecting thousands of Coloradans annually. In fact, many times these two problems occur together, as both domestic violence victims and perpetrators are often substance abusers. … Continue reading

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What Factors Make Colorado Domestic Violence “Aggravated”?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

What Factors Make Colorado Domestic Violence “Aggravated”?

Domestic violence charges in Colorado hold an interesting position under the laws as written. Although the acts that constitute domestic violence come with a number of civil and criminal consequences – many of them quite far-reaching – technically, there is … Continue reading

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Do False Allegations of Domestic Violence Really Happen in Colorado?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Domestic Violence

Do False Allegations of Domestic Violence Really Happen in Colorado?

A recent report from the United Nations said that the most dangerous place for women to be was their homes – largely due to domestic partner violence. This doesn’t just apply to faraway countries, either. According to reports, one in … Continue reading

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How an Alleged Victim May Be Able to Help with Your Colorado DV Charge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

How an Alleged Victim May Be Able to Help with Your Colorado DV Charge

Domestic violence cases are not always easy to prove. Outside witnesses or surveillance may not be present, the victim’s perspective of the incident may be skewed by their relationship to the abuser, and not all violence leaves physical scars or … Continue reading

Criminal Acts Commonly Associated with Domestic Violence in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault | Domestic Violence | Stalking

Criminal Acts Commonly Associated with Domestic Violence in Colorado

Domestic violence in Colorado is not an actual charge, but rather an “enhancement” to other, existing charges. Because of this, it is something that covers quite a bit of ground and can be attached to a number of different criminal … Continue reading

Don’t Expect DV Policies of New Denver PD Chief to Help with Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Don’t Expect DV Policies of New Denver PD Chief to Help with Charges

The Denver police have a new chief, and he has already promised to use a new approach to tackle domestic violence cases in Colorado. What might this mean for those charged? Probably not a whole lot. Below, we’re going to … Continue reading

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