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Colorado Assault Charges: Should I Take a Plea Deal?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

Colorado Assault Charges: Should I Take a Plea Deal?

Sometimes a disagreement can go way off the rails and become physical between people. In these cases, dissenters may be charged with assault in Colorado. Whether or not they’re charged depends on the circumstances of the specific case. Assault is … Continue reading

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The Difference Age Makes in a Colorado Assault Case

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

The Difference Age Makes in a Colorado Assault Case

A Morgan County man is currently in police custody facing first-degree assault charges for allegedly assaulting a 76-year-old man. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a medical emergency on February 14, but at the scene, officers quickly realized that … Continue reading

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Charged with Colorado Assault for Defending Yourself?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

Charged with Colorado Assault for Defending Yourself?

The various “Stand Your Ground” statutes are some of the most controversial laws that exist in the United States. Different states call the different things, but they’re all fairly similar to the law made most famous during the Trayvon Martin … Continue reading

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School Fights: Did You Know They Can Lead to Colorado Assault Charges?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault | Juvenile Crimes

School Fights: Did You Know They Can Lead to Colorado Assault Charges?

Traditionally, consequences for fighting in school were limited to a trip to the principal’s office and school-enforced punishments such as detention, suspension or – in the worst case – expulsion. However, violence is a growing problem in schools across the … Continue reading

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