Assault Defense Lawyers

Assault Defense Lawyers

The Denver Defense Lawyers at LFM Defense are experienced and aggressive in defending clients against Assault charges. Assault, a violent crime, is defined by Colorado law as being any action in which a person intentionally or negligently injures or threatens to cause injury to another individual. While the severity of assault charges will depend on a…

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Burglary Theft and Grand Larceny Defense Lawyers

Burglary Theft and Grand Larceny Defense Lawyers

Burglary and theft are property crimes that can have devastating consequences on an individual’s future if the accused person is ultimately convicted of these crimes. According to Colorado criminal law: Burglary is the criminal act of breaking into a building, structure or locked container owned by another individual (or party) with the intent of committing another…

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Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers

Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers

Denver Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers Domestic violence charges can arise out of unfortunate misunderstandings or even false allegations, leaving the accused facing an uphill battle as he attempts to defend himself. In fact, even if an alleged victim later recants, changes his or her story or does not want to press charges, the accused individual…

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Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers

Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers

Denver Drug Crime Lawyers Allegations of drug crimes are serious charges that can ultimately land an individual in prison, cost thousands of dollars and result in a permanent criminal record if the accused is ultimately convicted of these charges. Typically, the severity of drug crime charges and the resulting penalties upon conviction will depend on:…

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Homicide and Murder Defense Lawyers

Homicide and Murder Defense Lawyers

Colorado Homicide and Murder Defense Lawyers Homicide, also referred to as murder, is potentially the most serious charge that can be filed against a person. As such, the possible penalties upon conviction can include decades to life in prison (possibly without the possibility of parole) or, in the worst cases, the death penalty. Given all…

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