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How Long Can a Criminal Charge Stay on My Record in Colorado?

On behalf of Dolan + Zimmerman LLP March 30, 2022
Being involved in a criminal case in any capacity can have long-term consequences. Depending on the charge, the arrest can stay on your record even if you are not found guilty of the crime. In Colorado, it may be possible to have your criminal record sealed or expunged to hide it from public view....
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What Cases Can Be Sealed in Colorado?

On behalf of Dolan + Zimmerman LLP March 20, 2022
A criminal case on your record can have lasting ramifications on your life, including your ability to find a job and housing. In Colorado, a criminal record is created any time someone is arrested or charged with a crime, even if they are found innocent later. One of the best ways to get your...
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When Is Assault Considered to Be ‘Domestic’?

On behalf of Dolan + Zimmerman LLP March 10, 2022
Assault and domestic violence are two closely related charges in Colorado that can come with different consequences. It is important to understand the difference if you think that you or a loved one could be facing either charge. The distinction essentially comes down to the nature of the relationship between the defendant and the...
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