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Theft, Robbery, and Burglary: What Are The Differences Under Colorado Law

Theft, burglary, and robbery are some of the most commonly commi1tted crimes in Colorado. According to statistics, 23,000 incidents of theft and over 1,000 robbery cases were reported in the city and county of Denver alone.  So, if you found yourself in this situation, you better call your criminal defense attorney to come up with a strategy plan to win the case. On the other hand, if you had been arrested by the authorities, searching for contact numbers of "bail bonds near my location" will help you speed up your temporary release through bail.  Theft Explained

By | 2021-03-16T10:03:31-06:00 March 16th, 2021|Bail Bonds, News|

Resisting Arrest Law in Colorado

No one wants to experience being arrested. That’s why it is a normal reaction to resist an arrest, especially if there’s no given basis for the arrest. But before you try to fight while the police officer is arresting you, think again.  Ideally, you can peacefully come with the arresting officer to avoid any legal implications against you. Then call a professional defense attorney and bail bonds Broomfield to have the best legal action. In Colorado, resisting an arrest of a police officer violates the law. Here’s are the things you have to know about this

By | 2021-03-01T08:31:30-07:00 March 1st, 2021|Bail Bonds, News|

All You Need to Know About Skipping Bail in Colorado

A person who has been arrested and charged for a crime must face a court trial. And according to the U.S Constitution, every defendant has the right to bail, and "excessive bail shall not be required." However, being out on bail doesn't mean total freedom. The defendant needs to follow certain bail conditions set by the judge. One primary requirement is the mandatory appearance of the defendant in all court proceedings. Being unable to appear in court has serious legal consequences.  Skipping Bail Explained A defendant released on bail must follow all bail conditions and other

By | 2021-01-22T10:26:01-07:00 January 22nd, 2021|Bail Bonds, News|

George Floyd Mass Protests Sweep Across the United States

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, one incident eclipsed the Coronavirus crisis. It all started with the plea “I can’t breathe”. After these final words of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died of asphyxiation while a Minneapolis officer kneeled on his neck, thousands of Americans flooded the streets across the country to protest his death. All over the US in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Miami, New Work City and Chicago, people stormed to protest the deaths of numerous innocent and unarmed black men and women who died at the hands of the police. Grief and anger over George Floyd’s

By | 2020-07-02T11:21:33-06:00 June 22nd, 2020|Bail Bonds, News|