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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…

Colorado Domestic Violence Conviction & Firearms

Many people are unaware in Colorado passed a law in 2013 restricting any individual convicted of domestic violence from owning firearms, even if the charge was a misdemeanor. Federal law prevents convicted felons from owning firearms, but a domestic violence conviction in Colorado on any level automatically prevents the abuser from purchasing or owning firearms….

Domestic Violence

Defense Against Domestic Abuse Charges Colorado Springs domestic violence charges require an immediate and aggressive defense. Contact Michael W. Moran without delay if you have been charged with domestic violence.  Call (719) 447-1923 to learn how an experienced Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer can protect your future. Domestic abuse & violence crimes are processed differently…

Getting Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed

Couples often find themselves in the separation process from their spouse or significant other, even while still living together. Add shared children to the mix, and the tension and stress of the awkward situation can easily turn a civil discussion into a heated and confrontational argument. Tempers flare over who will take furniture, how much…

Colorado Domestic Violence Laws

Domestic Violence Law Facts For Colorado Understanding the domestic violence laws in the state of Colorado is difficult. In fact, the term “domestic violence” by itself does not describe a specific crime. In Colorado, domestic violence is used as a catch all term to describe a prosecutable offense between parties that have close ties. An…