Introduction Last week, we talked about how facing a criminal charge in Colorado can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. The complex legal system, potential consequences, and the uncertainty of the outcome can leave individuals feeling helpless and anxious. Hiring an attorney is a crucial step in making sure things go smoothly. But what about […]
Introduction Facing a criminal charge in Colorado can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. The complex legal system, potential consequences, and the uncertainty of the outcome can leave individuals feeling helpless and anxious. A lot of people go on the internet to research their case like they would use WebMD for an illness. What they […]
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At the Law Offices of Clifton Black, our seasoned defense attorneys skillfully secured a diversion for one of our juvenile clients in El Paso County, Colorado. A diversion in juvenile cases often entails a probationary period. Once this duration passes without the minor incurring any misdemeanors, felonies, or other minor infractions, the original violation is […]
On August 16, 2016 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling on the ten consolidated case appeals from criminal defendants from California and Washington. The petitioners were allegedly involved in the cultivation and distribution of medical marijuana. While both California and Washington allow the medical use of marijuana, the federal government does not […]
All criminal court records are open to the public. This means that anyone can go to the records department at the local court house and research whether someone has been charged and/or convicted of a crime. The great news is the you maybe eligible to have your case sealed. Sealing your case is when a […]
Productive day for senior partner Clifton Black, first having a misdemeanor dismissed in municipal court, then reaching an agreement with a District Attorney in the Denver metro area to dismiss a probation revocation. The probation revocation could’ve resulted in a felony conviction, which likely would’ve also resulted in loss of employment, and a potential prison […]
Its that time of year again – the Gazette is running the Best of the Springs 2016, and we’d love to have you vote for our firm as the best in Colorado Springs! Simply click the logo below, and you’ll be navigated to the Best of the Springs website. After entering your email address, select […]
[firm]’s defense partner Clifton Black had all charges against his client dismissed. Mr. Black’s client was charged with assault and domestic violence. Mr. Black was able to demonstrate that the client was not guilty. The prosecutor agreed to conduct an evaluation of the client and the facts of the case, indicating the client was not […]