The only advice I can give you is that you need to hire an attorney in Colorado. Every state will provide an attorney if you are not able to pay for one. If you would like some specific advice about the Colorado system, you should be able to post this question under that states section. Hope this helps.
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Actually, you can't afford not to hire an attorney. You need to get one in Colorado as soon as possible. You are looking at a great deal of jail time and need to get started on this.
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