There are different defense strategies that attorneys may suggest for a client faced with criminal charges. Some clients may choose to deny all accusations and charges, and others may choose to accept a plea deal from prosecutors to lesson charges and resulting sentences. One Colorado man has chosen to accept a plea of guilty for some charges of felonies in exchange for other charges being dropped.
If you were pulled over in the state of Colorado and charged with the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol, it is likely that you feel shocked about the event. You may even believe that you were arrested wrongfully and that there was not enough evidence to prove your intoxication.
Last year, one mother began to lose hope in what her future would look like. The mother of three found herself arrested for two DUIs in the short span of 30 days. She recently graduated from a Sobriety Court that was established in a Colorado community in 2011, designed to help prevent repeat DUI offenses.
Technology and social media have connected people in ways that simply were not possible before. Nevertheless, individuals may find themselves in legal trouble if they are accused of misusing technology and/or social media. One Colorado woman was recently found guilty of three felonies related to accusations of sexual assault and catfishing two of her friends.
Recently, the majority of students of one Colorado high school got an up-close view of the reality involved with horrific car crashes. A mock crash was simulated in front of a student body over the course of 24 hours by the "Every 15 Minutes" educational program. Volunteers and creators of the program hope that the visualization will help students understand the serious consequences that can result from distracted driving, a DUI or talking to others in a vehicle.