Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

“Domestic Violence” is not itself a separate crime in Colorado. Instead, domestic violence is a description of a long list of crimes that can fall into the category of crimes, including Third Degree Assault, Criminal Mischief, Stalking, Harassment, Threats, False Imprisonment, and Obstruction of a 911 call. Domestic Violence crimes can be any of the above crimes when committed against a person with whom the perpetrator has been intimate with for a certain purpose. In addition to other penalties, the characterization of a crime as a domestic violence crime brings required sentencing of 36 weeks of domestic violence counseling.

In domestic violence cases, the alleged victim will often seek to obtain a Permanent Civil Restraining Order in addition to the Mandatory Protection Order that will be issued by the Court in the criminal case. The defense of this civil restraining order can be critical not only to your future rights, but also in the preparation of the defense of your criminal case.

Furthermore, Colorado has a mandatory arrest provision in the law which requires the mandatory arrest of the primary aggressor if the police find evidence that someone has been injured in a domestic dispute. And, don’t count on not getting prosecuted even if the so-called “victim” admits they were lying and takes it all back. In Colorado, you can be prosecuted by the state without the victim’s consent.

Justice Served In False Accusations of Battery/Harassment

I was falsely charged of battery and harassment by an adult female. Immediately, I hired Mr. Gregory Robinson via referral from the Harris Law Firm (family law). I followed the advice of Mr. Robinson all the way with trust in his experience. He demonstrated first class service. His professionalism, confidence, ability to listen, knowledge of the law, superb skills, organization, attention to detail, passion, accessibility, ease in communication, and understanding was first class all the way! His service is worth every expense. I HIGHLY recommend his service. I owe him my sincere and genuine gratitude. I was in a situation where standard gender stereotypes, a disorganized city court culture, and very poor police/investigative work made my case an uphill battle. However, the truth, the facts, the law, and Mr. Robinson were on my side. With his guidance, we were able to prove in the court of law to a jury that I was NOT GUILTY of all charges. Mr. Robinson commanded the courtrooms attention. He is truly an exceptional talent. I am truly thankful and grateful to have found Mr. Robinson to represent me. I strongly recommend the services of Mr. Robinson to any person falsely accused of criminal charges.

~ Adult Male

If you, or someone you know, has been charged in a domestic violence matter and needs help getting out of jail or getting back into their home, contact the experienced criminal defense attorney Gregory D. Robinson, for assistance right now.

We handle all pretrial issues, including any civil hearings on temporary restraining orders as well as all trial issues. Call Today 303-293-1940  |

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