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White Collar Crimes

White collar crime is a broad term. It is generally defined as a non-violent crime involving cheating, dishonesty, and economic crimes.  White collar crimes are heard in Misdemeanor and Felony Courts as well as in Federal Courts. Contact Michael W. Moran at 719-447-1923 for your free consultation. White Collar crimes can include: Fraud Theft Embezzlement…

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Warrants

A bench warrant issues when an individual fails to appear in court or fails to complete court requirements from a previous conviction or a deferred sentence.  A bench warrant authorizes police to arrest an individual and bring him/her to the Judge who issued the bench warrant to address the court case. Call Mike Moran at…

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Defense Against Colorado Trespassing Crimes

Colorado Springs Trespassing charges involve various courts and various penalties.  The Trespass charge can be a simple misdemeanor with limited consequences, or may involve felony charges resulting in more severe penalties, such as prison. Call Mike Moran at 719-447-1923 for your free consultation.  Mike is experienced and has defended numerous of trespassing cases successfully. Trespass...

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Theft Charge In Colorado

Theft charges in Colorado Charges of theft in Colorado range from simple misdemeanors to life changing felony events.  A misdemeanor theft charge such as shoplifting can be filed in the Municipal Court and involve potential penalties to include jail, public service, restitution and probation. A felony theft charge results when the dollar amount involves $1,000.00…

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Solicitation and Prostitution

Prostitution and solicitation related criminal charges can be one of the most embarrassing events a person encounters.  Solicitation charges generally involve an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute.  This event is defined as an inchoate crime.  This means a person asks for sex in exchange for some sort of monetary consideration.  The ultimate sexual…

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Common Protection Order Questions

  An unsubstantiated claim by someone else is all it takes to have a protection order (commonly referred to as a “Restraining Order”) issued against you in Colorado – without notice. Getting a TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) against someone is easy. There is no burden of proof to be met by the accuser whatsoever. All…

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Obstruction of Justice

Obstruction of Justice, Witness Tampering, and Offenses relating to Governmental Operations  involve individuals being accused of impairing or interfering with a police officer or government official’s duties. The charges can be heard as a misdemeanor or felony and involve serious consequences. If you are contacted and investigated by the police, the best way to protect…

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