7 Defenses to Your Colorado Domestic Violence Case
Domestic violence (“DV”) charges are among one of the most serious offenses you can
face in the judicial system. In addition to the potential loss of freedom, there are many
additional collateral consequences that can greatly impact your life. It can also affect your
immigration status and ability to remain in this country.
If you or a family member have been accused of or charged with domestic violence in
Colorado, this guide can help you protect your freedom, rights, reputation, job, and
Domestic violence charges in Colorado are sentencing enhancements, not separate crimes. They are added on to a crime to attempt to get a stronger sentence against the accused. A person is never just charged with domestic violence. Domestic violence is added on when another crime is charged first.
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This ebook is designed to help you understand:
- 1What constitutes domestic violence under Colorado laws
- 2Why domestic violence cases are so difficult
- 37 ways you can defend yourself against domestic violence charges