Your Gun Rights if Convicted of Domestic Violence in CO

Federal law, along with state and local legislations, target certain rights for people convicted of perpetrating acts of domestic violence. Gun ownership is one of the first and mo st abrupt changes they look to enact. If you are convicted of domestic violence in Colorado or have a protective order against you, federal law prohibits…

Accused of Domestic Violence in Colorado? Here Are the Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

Domestic violence impacts the households of millions of Americans each year. Being accused of crimes against your family is serious. It is not uncommon for a divorce to follow these kinds of allegations. Know you aren’t alone in the confusion. When you are facing a crisis involving domestic violence accusations, there are some very important…

CO Domestic Violence Calls Up: How Prior Offenders Can Keep Control

Social distancing is the way of the world right now. While there are many challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented to the public, social distancing can put some people at higher risk –  including both reformed offenders and victims of domestic violence. If you are feeling the pressure of social distancing that’s understandable. Fortunately,…