Ending An Interview With Law Enforcement

Denver Criminal Attorney Rob Werking reminds everyone that they have a United States and Colorado Constitutional right not to speak with law enforcement.  However, if you initially agree to speak with the police, you may terminate the interview or interrogation at any point in time.  The only bulletproof manner in which to stop the interview […]

Quit Lying to The Police / You have a right not to speak – exercise that right!

Most people are of the opinion that they can talk their way out of anything.  These same people are wrong!  As applied to speaking to law enforcement, these folks are terribly wrong and juries are convicting these folks based almost entirely on their own words and lies. The Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution provides […]

Mandatory Sentencing In Felony DUI Cases

After August 11, 2017, all persons convicted of a felony DUI (Driving Under the Influence) will be sentenced to 90 to 180 days in jail prior to being placed on probation.  If an offender is sentenced to work release then the minimum jail sentence is 120 days. As noted in the Denver Post, one third […]

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