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PROTECTION ORDERS

Protection orders, also known as “restraining orders,” are used by Colorado courts to regulate, and in some cases prohibit, interactions between specific individuals.  Protection orders can be imposed by a criminal court pursuant to the filing of criminal charges, or they can be imposed by a civil court pursuant to the successful petition of a person seeking protection.  Regardless of which type of court imposes a protection order, the violation of such an order is always a criminal offense. At Decker and Jones, we represent both people seeking to petition a civil court for a protection order against another party, as well as people charged criminally with violating a protection order.  In either capacity, Decker and Jones provides aggressive representation of our clients’ interests in protection order matters.

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VIOLATION OF PARENTING/ CUSTODY ORDER

Violation of a custody or a parenting order can be a serious charge, requiring the services of an esteemed Colorado criminal lawyer. Depending upon the circumstances of the case, a person can be charged with violation of a custody or a parenting order if the individual, including the parent, and knowing the individual has no Read the full article...