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Category Archive:  Domestic Violence Defense

Jul 23

  By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer Domestic violence cases in Massachusetts follow the same kind of knee jerk response to high profile cases in Colorado As a result of the conviction for murder of Jared Remy – the son of red Sox player Jerry Remy, ALL defendant’s in Massachusetts’ domestic violence cases will face extreme scrutiny before bail is set in their cases. In August of 2014 Jared Remy … Read The Rest

Mar 14

By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer – Please Email the Author at hmsteinberg@hotmail.com Colorado Domestic Violence Defense – Unveiling The ‘Real Abusers” and the “Real Victims” – All experienced Colorado criminal defense lawyers understand that our legal system’s treatment of abuse is absurd. Law enforcement officers called to the scene of alleged domestic violence are poorly trained to fully understand the depth and character of the deep seated psychological problems and … Read The Rest

Nov 22

Colorado Domestic Violence Gun Ban Law By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer – Attorney Colorado Domestic Violence Gun Ban Law Colorado Domestic Violence Gun Ban Law Under Federal Law Strengthened By New Case – A San Diego man, Daniel Chovan, was angry that a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction from 1996 deprived him of his second amendment right to bear arms.  He filed suit in the ninth circuit federal court challenging the … Read The Rest

Aug 06

By Denver Colorado Domestic Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney – H. Michael Steinberg When alleged domestic violence victims lie to obtain revenge on a former boyfriend that is a tragedy of enormous proportions. When that person – the alleged domestic violence victim – is a police officer using her office to persuade authorities that her boyfriend attacked her – that is a felony deserving of prison. Domestic Violence – False Allegations As a result of the lies of Colorado … Read The Rest

Jul 28

By Colorado Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney – H. Michael Steinberg The impact of a domestic violence restraining order cannot be understated – this article attempts to educate you – the Colorado citizen – on the issues pressing on the target of such an order False allegations of domestic violence are common in divorce, legal separation and child custody cases. The strategy of seeking a permanent restraining order is so commonplace today – … Read The Rest

Jun 16

Unfair Plea Bargaining By Prosecutors In Misdemeanor Domestic Violence and Other Colorado Cases By Colorado Domestic Violence Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney – H. Michael Steinberg Unfair Plea Bargaining By Prosecutors In Misdemeanor Domestic Violence and Other Colorado Cases has occurred for decades.. A little known statute – CRS § 16-7-301 – provided not only the opportunity – but the obligation – of Colorado District Attorneys to plea bargain directly with defenseless and confused unrepresented … Read The Rest

Sep 22

I am often asked as a Colorado Domestic Violence Lawyer – ” what if I refuse to come to trial and testify?” Ethically – ALL lawyers know they MUST urge their clients and ALL witnesses to obey court orders and testify – even when they do not want to ..this is because the criminal justice system would collapse if witnesses could pick and choose when they will obey a Court Order of any kind. Trials are … Read The Rest

May 27

Introduction – One of the reasons more domestic violence cases should go to trial is to have a “crack: at the lying victim…the victim who, motivated by an intent to harm the accused, tells multiple versions of her “story.”  There has never been a more critical use of the tool of cross examination than exposing the fraudulent “victim” at trial! Here is the Story False Allegations in California Case Illustrate Danger of Domestic Violence Laws On the heels … Read The Rest

May 19

In one of the most tragic results of a Florida Stand Your Ground defense case, a young woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. After the Trayvon Martin case, Florida’s Stand Your Ground law has received close scrutiny by the media. In this case, Marissa Alexander received a 20-year sentence for firing a shot in what she claims was self-defense. This case is the “perfect storm” for the intersection of THREE huge criminal … Read The Rest

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