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Domestic Violence Colorado Jail Time

Domestic violence is a serious crime that affects millions of people in America every year. It often results in physical injury, emotional distress, and even death. The consequences of being charged with domestic violence can include jail time, fines, and other penalties.

The First Step Is To Seek Legal Representation..

If you have been charged with domestic violence, you should seek legal representation as soon as possible. A lawyer will help you understand the charges against you, the potential penalties, and how to defend yourself.

We May Be Able To Get You A Dismissal, A Deferred Judgment or An Acquittal.

After being arrested for domestic violence, you may face additional consequences. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest, you may be able to avoid jail time by entering into a deferred judgment agreement. This means that instead of going to jail, you will receive counseling and community service.

We May Be Able To Reduce Your Fine And/Or Jail Time.

If you were charged with domestic violence, you may qualify for a deferred judgment agreement. You may have to complete an evaluation through the court. If you successfully complete the program, you will not go to jail and your fine will be reduced. You also may be eligible for probation.

We May Be Able To Get You In Home Detention.

If you are facing jail time, we may be able to help. Our attorneys have helped clients avoid jail time by completing a period of in home detention.. This means that instead of going to jail, you would be at home when not at work. After successful completion, you may also have to complete a period of probation.

We May Be Able To Get You Work Release.

If you are facing a misdemeanor charge, our attorneys may be able to help you enter a work release program at the county jail. This allows you to serve your sentence while still being employed.
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