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Understanding Preliminary Hearings in Colorado
When facing criminal charges in Colorado, navigating the legal system can be daunting. One of the crucial stages in this journey is the preliminary hearing. This page aims to demystify the process, shedding light on what a preliminary hearing in Colorado entails, its significance, and how a skilled Colorado criminal defense lawyer can significantly impact...
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Introduction Navigating the criminal justice system can be scary and confusing, especially if you’re facing charges and are currently out on bond. There’s a lot that the court assumes you already know, both things you are prohibited from doing and things that you are required to do. It’s important to understand your rights, responsibilities, and...
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Both sides can call witnesses at hearings or trials. But witnesses aren’t allowed to say whatever they want, and some questions are not permitted by rule or law. Attorneys try to make the other side follow the rules by objecting to questions or answers. Then, it is up to the judge to decide what she...
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When someone has been charged with a crime, they have a right to be informed of the nature of the charges against them.  In serious cases, They also have a right to an attorney and at every critical stage of their court case. But how do you know what you’ve been charged with and if...
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