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Category Archive:  Domestic Violence Plea Bargaining

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

Sep 13

Why Colorado Domestic Cases Should Be Dismissed By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Domestic Violence Defense Lawyer – Attorney Why Colorado Domestic Cases Should Be Dismissed  – Experienced Colorado criminal defense lawyers who practice in the courts of Colorado are only too well aware of the problems that have arisen out of the “one size fits all” approach of Colorado Domestic Violence Laws. When a woman (or a man – in the minority of cases) … 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

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

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