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Violent crimes: 2 Denver residents arrested after home invasion

Colorado residents in the Pilgrim Downs community were ordered by deputies to stay indoors on a recent Wednesday evening. This followed the discovery of a dead body while law enforcement responded to a call about a suspected home invasion. An incident report indicates that police received a call about a possible break-in at approximately 10:30 p.m. Upon checking the residence for burglars, deputies came across the victim's lifeless body, and the possibility of further violent crimes caused the call for the residents to remain inside their homes.

Violent crimes: Alleged bank robber with sword threatens teller

For a person to be convicted of a criminal charge in Colorado, the prosecution must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The defendant has the right to present a defense during the trial to raise a reasonable doubt. This will be a challenging process, particularly in cases involving violent crimes.

3 Colorado teens face charges of violent crimes after threats

A rural Colorado town in Otero County is abuzz after it became known that a hit list was posted on social media. Too many lives have been lost nationwide in violent crimes committed at schools, and so the suspects were arrested within a short time. The county sheriff says a high school student first provided a tip about the list that included several of the students and teachers at the school.

Violent crimes in Colorado: Sex crime alleged 20 years later

Parents place a great deal of trust in those who provide an education to their children. These professionals often spend several hours with their children every single day. The vast majority of educators are well-educated professionals, dedicated to the overall well-being of children left in their care. Unfortunately, one educator in Colorado has recently been arrested, accused of violent crimes against a former student.

Colorado violent crimes: County prosecutors seek death penalty

People make mistakes in life. While some mistakes are relatively minor, while others could be more serious and result in a criminal conviction. However, a conviction of criminal charges does not mean that a person in Colorado or other areas of the country is destined the commit crimes in the future. Unfortunately, one man, previously convicted of stalking, now faces the death penalty after he was charged with violent crimes.

Man charged with violent crimes in Colorado stabbing

Many children have close relationships with their parents, even as adults. As a result, they would each likely go to great lengths to protect one another. Unfortunately, one man in Colorado faces accusations related to violent crimes after police say he stabbed his mother's boyfriend.

Colorado violent crimes: Man accused of attempted murder

While in the throes of a medical emergency, a person may act in ways that are out of character. Often, their actions stem from panic or fear. Unfortunately, one man who was allegedly suffering from some sort of medical emergency has recently been accused of violent crimes after an incident in Colorado involving his wife.

Woman suspected for violent crimes in Colorado Springs

A person accused of murder or other violent act in Colorado or any other state stands to lose much if unable to avoid conviction. Those charged with violent crimes may increase their chances of obtaining positive outcomes in court by retaining the help of skilled and aggressive representation. One woman may be considering such support at this time since she was recently arrested regarding a troublesome incident that involved an attempted murder.

One of many violent crimes in Colorado leads police on a search

Colorado is known for its beauty and tourist-attracting ski resorts. However, it is also a place where violent crimes often occur. Although some may want to lock up all those accused of murder and other violence-related acts, American jurisprudence protects each person accused of a crime by presuming his or her innocence unless proved otherwise in court. In order for the legal process to unfold the way it is intended, a suspect must first be apprehended and charged with a crime.

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