Don’t let a Domestic Violence charge ruin your life.
Domestic Violence in Colorado is basically a sentence enhancer that is attached onto many different crimes. It does not always take an act of physical violence to lead to this charge. Colorado states that domestic abuse is an act of violence, an attempted act, or a threat of violent action committed against someone with whom you have an intimate relationship. This person can be anyone you have lived with, or anyone related to you by blood or marriage, such as your spouse, girlfriend / boyfriend, sibling, child, parent, grandparent, in-law, etc.
Domestic violence (DV) is a label given to this type of criminal case.
The following acts are all considered to be domestic violence:
- False Imprisonment
- Violation of a Restraining Order
Keith Coleman has successfully defended hundreds of domestic violence cases, so he knows the law inside and out and can help you to understand why you’ve been charged, what you can do about it, and why it’s so important to have expert legal assistance on your side. This kind of charge is taken very seriously by the state of Colorado, and that means facing serious penalties – fines, counseling, a permanent criminal record, and possibly even jail time await you if convicted, so you owe it to yourself to get the best possible help.
Do yourself justice and get immediate help from Keith Coleman with a free initial consultation.