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Charged With A Crime? It Doesn’t Mean You’re Guilty.

Building Better Victims in Colorado

On Behalf of | Jan 8, 2015 | Victims |

Let me first state the obvious. Our nation is full of underachievers who have nothing better to do than sit around watching daytime TV. Whether it is Oprah, The View, or a Soap Opera, these shows thrive on sensationalism and extreme immorality. They glamorize cheating on your spouse, lying and new ways to be immoral. In the process, they create cultural trends among the unemployed welfare recipients and their children. One of the most frequent tactics on these shows is to put victims of crime center-stage and glamorize their experience.

The Government Encourages Being a Victim

Next, our government hires people, called Victim’s Advocates, to coddle potential victims of crime. If DAs and their Victim Advocates get wind of a Domestic Violence Assault (fight), theft or pushing match in Elbert or Douglas County, they pick their “victim” and educate that person on how to be a good victim. In addition, they give this person center-stage in the court process, snacks, and an escort to sit next to them rubbing their back and telling them how special they are.

The “Build a Victim” Industry

There exists an entire victim building industry out there. Government workers’ careers in Denver and Jefferson County are advanced by building better victims. We have even heard from wives who were told by social services and Victim’s Advocates that they should divorce their husbands and, if they don’t, the government might take their kids away. Working as a powerful team, they arrest the defendant, give the new victim a restraining order preventing any contact, obtain an order of sole possession of the defendant’s home, exclude the accused from contact with their own kids, and make it easy for the victim to clear out the defendant’s bank accounts. All this makes it easier to obtain a conviction as the accused is demoralized, lonely and tapped out financially.

Being Victims Takes Less Effort

Getting up each morning and going to work takes effort. Being a victim is easy. The government uses human tendency to want to take the easy route to help them in their prosecutions. And, who does not want to feel important and have a fleet of fans encouraging you on. Whether it is police, DAs or Victim Advocates, they do it all for victims – even going so far as telling them what to say in court or helping them fill out the accusations in a police report.

Being a Victim Gives the Lazy a “Life”

Many daytime TV watchers sit around the house watching TV twelve hours a day wishing they were someone special. They imagine what it would be like to be the center of attention on Oprah. They dream of having something drama-tic happen to them so they can have a life. As a result, they are perfect victim material when a neighbor, friend or loved one does something they don’t like in Adams or Arapahoe County. If what occurs is not technically illegal, after a little creative thinking they call police and embellish the story. Next, the victim creation system is put in full swing as police help build the story of what occurred, victim’s advocates come to the neophyte victim’s home and DAs get an arrest warrant for the defendant.

When you are accused of a crime, you need a team on your side. Armed with the Constitution, and a ton of experience, we are a formidable match for the government. Don’t give up. Don’t talk to the police. Give our affordable lawyers a call 24/7 at 303-731-0719. Together, we can protect your future.