veteran owned, full-service, licensed, insured and bonded private investigation firm located in Colorado Springs bringing over thirty years of federal law enforcement and private investigator experience to private individuals, law firms, general counsel, and financial institutions
Scott Reisch is a practicing criminal defense attorney in the state of Colorado with several decades of experience and a successful podcast.
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D.C. Investigative & Security Consultants has over 100 years of combined law enforcement, criminal defense and criminal justice experience. They are prepared to investigate any criminal allegation regardless of how complex the facts of the case may be.
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Criminal Code | Colorado Revised Statutes – Educating yourself on the laws governing your charge is a wise decision. It will not only make you a better-informed Coloradan but also prepare you for what may come. By following the link, you can learn about the offenses mentioned above as well as how criminal cases should be sentenced and surcharges for certain crimes.
Colorado State Court System – Visit the Colorado Judicial Branch website to learn about the state court system. You can find contact information for local district and county courts and find out what cases each court hears. You can also gain access to information on appellate courts and find a map of judicial districts.
Directory of Criminal Defense Attorneys in Colorado – Visit Lawyer Legion, an online attorney directory, to find the top criminal defense attorneys in the Centennial State. The Lawyer Legion directory ranks criminal defense attorneys by their location and specialty practice area. Attorneys are recognized for membership in specialty bar associations at the national, state, and local level include the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, the NORML National Legal Committee (NLC), the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD), and the DUI Defense Lawyer Association (DUIDLA).
"The Colorado Open Records Act, (CORA) C.R.S. § 24-72-201 to 206, provides that all public records shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times, except as provided in part 2 or as otherwise specifically provided by law. It is the intention of CDOR to apply this Act in a uniform and reliable manner to comply with its provisions."
"Since 1967, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) has provided the public the right to request access to records from any federal agency. It is often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about their government. Federal agencies are required to disclose any information requested under the FOIA unless it falls under one of nine exemptions..."
"The term open source refers specifically to information that is available for public consumption. If any specialist skills, tools, or techniques are required to access a piece of information, it can’t reasonably be considered open source."
Information can also be considered open source if it is:
Why should Coloradans learn about our state’s open-government laws, generically known as the sunshine laws? The Colorado Supreme Court succinctly answered that question in a 1983 ruling (Cole v. State): “A free self-governing people needs full information concerning the activities of its government not only to shape its views of policy and to vote intelligently in elections, but also to compel the state, the agent of the people, to act responsibly and account for its actions.”
The criminal justice system is complicated.
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This book demystifies the complex rules and procedures of criminal law. It explains how the system works, why police, lawyers, and judges do what they do, and what suspects, defendants, and prisoners can expect. It also provides critical information on working with a lawyer.
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