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Gregory D Rawlings

Gregory Rawlings’s Answers

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  • DUI- I blew 20 plus times with no reading-cop had a co-worker log on and sechedule a second text-blew another 20 plus times-

    I then took a deep breath and blew so hard I had to hold the side of the table to keep from passing out. I felt lightheaded and saw spots in front of my eyes. I also felt the contents of my stomach start to rise. The number was a 4. I thought ...

    Gregory’s Answer

    Something is rotten alright. At your light weight, and with your being a female, your number will be higher than if you were a male and weighed more. But still, anything over about a.3 and you're in the ER, not driving home without weaving like a madwoman. Get a local lawyer, a good one, and best of luck.

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  • In Colorado can a 17yr old move out without their parents permission?

    17 year old is employed still in high school

    Gregory’s Answer

    While many parents wish that their kids would move out at 17, 17 is simply too young to be making these kind of life-changing decisions; this coming from someone who did effectively move out at 17. Most 17-year-olds are more hormones than brains, anyway. Finish school, try college, but do things one step at a time. Also don't get married at 20, like I did. Be patient.

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  • My niece is a 28 year female, with no prior record at all- she was charged w/a Class Felony 4. What is she exactly looking at.

    My niece worked at a bank as an operations manager for 5 years. She is 28 years old. Never had any prior records, never went to court or jail, let alone a parking ticket. She made a stupid decision bc she was desperate&deposited 10,000 dollars int...

    Gregory’s Answer

    It sounds like she needs someone who has some background in what is called "therapeutic jurisprudence," which means not just working the case but helping the person. A Felony charge are an immense psychological burden, as well as a complex legal problem. She needs a criminal defense lawyer who will listen and guide her through the process, not just push her through it.

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  • Best Criminal lawyer in Denver?

    For Broomfield DV case..

    Gregory’s Answer

    To expound a bit on the previous answer, there has seemed to be a greater degree in specialization within the criminal field over the past few years. There are certain lawyers who are primarily known for their expertise in sex cases or murder cases, others that seem to have a particular knack for drug cases, and the same with the numerous local lawyers who focus on DUI litigation. It pays to dig into who is best at what form of criminal defense.

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  • As an adult if I were to choose to view internet pornagrphy that depicted models who were 18 and older, is that illegal

    I was doing research about the term "Obscenity" and "Obscene material." In colorado's revised statutes it basically says that all poronographic instinces are considered to be "Obscene." However if one were 18 years or older and were to view pornog...

    Gregory’s Answer

    I would be very sure that the people in the porn are of age. And that no kids can access your material. But very few people are prosecuted for viewing legal porn. Kiddy porn is often a sting set-up, so I wouldn't be too curious if I were you.

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  • How can there be a trial when there is no evidence? And aren’t witnesses supposed to show up to the motions hearing?

    Also how can somebody be charged with murder if no one died? Long story short my boyfriend got into some trouble with his friends. Two boys got shot but my boyfriend wasnt the one who did it. But the boys swear it was him. The police have no evide...

    Gregory’s Answer

    Your boyfriend is in deep trouble. 2nd degree murder means DOC; it's a per se crime of violence. If nobody died, you must mean 2nd degree assault, which is also a serious matter. How he will be treated is based on where he was charged--hopefully not in the 18th juducial district, especially if he has any criminal history. He needs a very good lawyer and he needs one asap.

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  • Is having defective tail lights a criminal offense. How can i cross examin a cop

    Hi i have court in 2 days for defective tail lights in the state of colorado. Last month i pleaded not guilty and they set up a trial date, me the officer and DA. Now i am doing some research on how to cross examine the officer so i pleade not gui...

    Gregory’s Answer

    In Colorado, tail light tickets are often used as a pretext by law enforcement to see if someone was drinking and driving. It is also an easy money maker for municipalities, in that very few people set tail light cases for trial. The cop almost always wins these cases at hearing, in that the Judges in this state invariably side with the cop unless there is a glaring gap in the evidence.

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