Assault Defense - Self Defense & Domestic Violence
I am a Colorado Criminal Defense Attorney that handles all forms of Denver Assault Defense. I have experience defending assault charges in state courts throughout Colorado, including Longmont, Broomfield, Brighton, Adams, Jefferson, Golden, Denver, Loveland, Greeley, Gilpin, Larimer, Weld, Ft. Collins. Call us to discuss how best to defend your case.
If you are accused or might be accused of any assault, politely refuse to speak to the police about it. Just say, “I want a lawyer” and nothing else. No matter what happened or what you tell the police, they cannot help you. You may really want to get your side of the story out, or you may feel that if you could only explain what happened they might not arrest you, but it won’t change anything. Their goal is to gather evidence to help convict you, and anything you say can only hurt you. The most important thing that you can do when charged with any assault is to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney. There is nothing you can tell the police today that you cannot tell them tomorrow after talking with a criminal defense assault lawyer.
Contact a Colorado criminal defense lawyer representing clients in Boulder, CO today to schedule your initial consultation.
A person can be charged with stalking if s/he makes a threat to a person and repeatedly follows, approaches, contacts (including repeated attempted communication by phone, text, email), or places under surveillance that person, a member of that person’s immediate family, or someone with whom that person has or has had a continuing relationship.
A person may also be charged with stalking if s/he repeatedly follows, approaches, contacts, places under surveillance, or makes any form of communication in a manner that would cause a reasonable person to suffer serious emotional distress and does cause any related person to suffer serious emotional distress. In a stalking case, the victim does not need to show that he or she received professional treatment or counseling as a result.
If you would like to schedule an initial consultation, contact a Colorado criminal defense attorney, we represent clients in Boulder, Colorado, and the surrounding area. The Savela Law Firm, P.C. Give us a call at (720) 821-1001 or complete our inquiry form.
Stalking is a class 5 felony for a first offense but can be a class 4 felony if there was a court order in effect or for a second offense.
If you are charged with any of these crimes, you need to contact a qualified, experienced, Boulder Assault Lawyer. Call us today.
If you have been charged with assault, menacing, or stalking a skilled Denver assault, menacing, or stalking defense attorney is essential. Get in touch with experienced Denver assault, menacing, or stalking defense attorney Jason Savela by calling (720) 821-1001.