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  • My son is being charged with dui and a duid that he received w/n week of each other. What is fair offer from da?

    Son was going thru rough patch n got dui. He then was charged w/ duid week later.two different stops. dui is legit but tryn to fight duid. Pc was that he supposedly didn't allow enough space on roadside traffic stop when he passed one lane over ...

    Brandon’s Answer

    Dear Gunnison:
    I regularly get complaints about attorneys in Gunnison and am hired when people get frustrated with them. I think I know who you are speaking about. I would need to look at the police reports before I could tell you whether the offer is fair. However, unsupervised probation is appropriate in many circumstances regardless of your son's situation. In my experience the DA is reasonable when presented with the correct information. Sorry to not be more descriptive but there is vital information I lack. I would be happy to offer a free consultation should you wish to speak further.

    Best Brandon

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  • How can i get charged for this?

    I pull up to my friends house to drop him off, when we get there and get out of the car the police are searching his house we both get arrested and charged with the same thing. Its not my house but they keep trying to insist i live there. We had...

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    Dear Grand Junction:

    You are hitting on the most important factors an attorney needs to know about your case. You also are correct that you may not be guilty of the charges against you. The only question that I have is, if the police knew anything else. I know because I have many clients in Grand Junction that Drug cases in your city are investigated by the Drug Task force. Their standard operating procedure is to search a residence with a search warrant. They get the search warrant through surveillance, use of confidential informants, and other evidence. You need to know what they knew prior to searching your friends home. That information is in the police reports. The reports combined with the information you provided will allow an attorney to answer your questions.

    Best of luck,

    Brandon

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  • What kind d of jail time and fines can I expect with my 6th dui on colorado

    5 in 12 years

    Brandon’s Answer

    You will get the maximum amount of jail under the law.

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  • Can someone press charges against me? How long after can it happen?

    I was severely intoxicated in public the other night. This guy who I had slept with one was talking to me and I playfully punched him kind of hard several times in conversation. It wasn't until I was sober that I realized he had been trying to avo...

    Brandon’s Answer

    Your situation is complicated. The likely time limit for charges is 3 years but many other factors can extend that while others can shorten it. If charges are filed the chance of being arrested is high because you would also face charges as a domestic violence offender. Make no further statements online. Speak to an attorney where your discussion will be confidential.

    Brandon

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  • If i took a reduced ple can they still charge me with old charges

    i had been charged with something went to court took a plea then left the state can that state charge me with the ol.d charges

    Brandon’s Answer

    Kendall is correct. The first question is whether you were sentenced. The second question is whether they can prove the old charges considering time has passed. More information could be helpful.

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  • How long will my friend go to prison for aggravated assault with deadly weapon?

    He has two cases of felony assault. They happened in a matter of a month. He has prior conviction of felony assault. So these would be second and third offense.

    Brandon’s Answer

    The sentencing range on one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon is 10 to 32 years in prison. It gets worse if he is convicted of both cases.

    Brandon

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  • How do I go about getting a trespass charge dropped?

    I spoke to the owners of the property, apologized, and they are fine with dropping the charges. What steps do i need to take?

    Brandon’s Answer

    Fort Collins:

    Hire an attorney. The DA does not care that the owners are ok with the charges being dropped. The DA only cares whether he or she can prove you committed a crime. While it may have been the neighborly thing to do to apologize, it made it more likely you could be found guilty. Thus, you are mistaken to believe you are any closer to getting your case dismissed. Call the Leier Law Office. Kent is one of the best defense attorneys in the area. He offers free consultations.

    Good luck,
    Brandon

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  • I was detained in a jail for 6 months, took to trial and won. I want to sue the guy who filed the police report and lied. Help?

    This happened in Colorado Springs, CO. The man was pissed at my cousin for having sex with his ex girlfriend. He told police I pistol whipped him after breaking in to his apartment. For more than 6 months I was in jail fighting my case .... 6 long...

    Brandon’s Answer

    Colorado Springs:

    Prevailing at trial is helpful for your cause, but it is not a guarantee you would prevail in civil court. You were found not guilty. Being found not guilty means there was not enough evidence to convict you. This does not mean you have a jury finding you were innocent. Be aware of this distinction if you are unable to find a civil attorney willing to take your case. Whether the person who reported you to the police will be liable is entirely contingent on whether you can prove he lied and you can afford an attorney to work on your case.

    Best of luck,
    Brandon

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  • I took a blood test and the officer arrested me for d.u.i. He returned my drivers license and did not give me a 7 day temporary

    I did not get a form to request a hearing with the dmv.

    Brandon’s Answer

    Your license will not be subject to revocation until the police get the blood test results back.
    Best,
    Brandon

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  • I need to write a letter to the judge asking for leniency for my daughter.

    She got into a little trouble and is going to probably go to prison. What kind of letter should I write? Should my daughter also write a letter to the judge? Thank you

    Brandon’s Answer

    Judges love to know what the real problem is. Meaning the crime is a symptom not the cause. Tell the judge why the crime happened and how he or she can fix it. Incarceration is for people with no other options. Your goal is to give the judge things to fix in your daughter and therefore options.
    Best,
    Brandon

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