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Criminal law and justice can be intimidating

Most people in Colorado and across the United States gain their knowledge about criminal justice from books, television and movies. However, criminal law can be intimidating, and those who are accused of committing crimes might have many questions. The arrest process for any of the different types of crimes can be a humiliating and scary experience, especially if it is a first offense.

Crimes against persons include robbery, rape, aggravated assault and murder. In contrast, property crimes involve arson, auto theft, burglary, larceny and any other property theft without causing bodily harm. Crimes that involve no victim or complainant are classified as crimes against morality, sometimes called victimless crimes, such as illegal drug use, prostitution and illegal gambling. Hate crimes are those that give rise to the prejudice of disability, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation and other protected human rights. They can be committed against property or persons.

People could unknowingly or unintentionally be drawn into circumstances involving white collar crimes or even organized crime. White collar crimes are typically related to the person's employment or occupation and include embezzling money from an employer, tax evasion, insider trading and other fraudulent activities. Individuals who get mixed up in organized crime may find themselves at the beck and call of structured groups engaged in illegal activities. It could include money laundering, weapon smuggling, prostitution, illegal gambling and distribution and selling of illicit drugs.

It makes sense to secure the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as a person in Colorado becomes aware of being the subject of an investigation into alleged criminal law violations. Legal counsel can ensure the protection of the client's legal rights throughout questioning by police and ensuing proceedings. A lawyer can devise a strong defense in pursuit of the best possible outcome for the client.

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