Domestic violence charges are serious, even at the misdemeanor level. In fact, arrests for domestic violence can damage personal relationships, reputations and careers. These cases can also threaten your freedom and future.
We understand the impacts of domestic abuse charges and convictions. This is why we are dedicated to providing effective defense advocacy to those accused of domestic violence charges.
If you were arrested for domestic abuse, you can turn to our domestic violence defense attorneys. We provide support, superior representation and will help you navigating the criminal justice system.
When you partner with us, you can be confident that your rights will be fully protected. We will work to limit the negative impacts and achieve the best outcome possible.
Arrested for or Charged with Domestic Violence?
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We are available 24/7 to answer your questions, assuage your concerns and defend you. We can meet you and/or a loved one at jail or our Colorado Springs office. We can also discuss your case over the phone.
How Does Colorado Law Define Domestic Violence?
Colorado law (C.R.S. 18-6-800.3) defines domestic violence as “an act or threatened act of violence upon a person with whom the actor is or has been involved in an intimate relationship.” The law also defines:
Domestic violence as any act against property, including an animal, that is used to coerce, punish, intimidate or enact reveng