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7 Steps After Someone is Arrested in Denver

If a friend or family member of yours has been arrested in Denver, Colorado, you might be wondering what to do.  If this arrest is a first time occurrence, you may be stressed out and worried; you want to help as much as you can, and you don't want to make the situation worse. As Defense Attorneys, we know that the items in the following list will help you be prepared and know what initial steps to take after a loved one has been taken to jail.

Police Did Not Read My Rights Before Arrest - Denver Lawyer on Miranda Rights

After Arrest, Police Did Not Read Me My Rights in Arapahoe County, Colorado

Whether Arapahoe County and Aurora Police read you your rights after an arrest or not, can affect your trial defense. Usually it does not. While this sounds radical, let me quickly explain the rules on when Denver cops are required to read you your rights. What are Your Miranda Rights in Colorado?

What Should You Do When Arrested? A Douglas County, Colorado Criminal Attorney Explains

Arrested in Douglas County? Consider These Next Steps to Protect Your Freedom

Number One - Keep Quiet, Why Castle Rock Police Need You to Talk

Being arrested on criminal charges is a difficult experience.  Court rules permit the Douglas County Sheriff Deputies or Castle Rock Police to come to court during your trial and tell the jury everything they remember you saying. So, officers like to ask you questions about every aspect of your accusations. They even like to exaggerate, stretch the truth, and make things up that you said. In many cases, we have body cameras, but officers turn them off when they don't want us to hear something which they are saying. Don't help them convict you - be quiet instead. The Arrest Process - Learn More.

Arrest Process in Denver & Bonding Out of Jail - What to Expect

Being arrested in Colorado usually occurs without warning. Police in Denver, Arapahoe or Douglas County approach you to talk about an incident, gather as much information as possible before Miranda Rights kick in, and then inform you are under arrest. This blog outlines what you should expect next.

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