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I am often contacted by people who want to seal or expunge their criminal record. This only makes sense considering the prevalence of computer records today and the ease with which anyone can check on the background of others. In Colorado there are several laws that deal with these issues. Here is some basic information:

Posted by on in Criminal Defense

“[A]ny lawyer worth his salt will tell [his client] in no uncertain terms to make no statement to the police under any circumstances."

First, all crimes require both a physical act and a certain mental state. Even if you did the thing you are accused of may not make you guilty of a crime. For example, the differences between First Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder, Manslaughter and Criminally Negligent Homicide are primarily based on the mental state of the accused. One of those crimes carries a penalty of death or life in prison without parole while the others carry vastly lesser sentences and for some, even the possibility of probation.

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Well, sometimes not much, and sometimes quite a lot. The problem is that there is no way to know what can be done and should be done without actually working on the case.

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I get asked this question fairly often and it is hard to answer. I don’t want to be seen as trying to “sell” my professional services to people or to scare people into hiring me or another attorney, but I also don’t want to tell someone they should represent themselves, knowing that it could be a terribly bad decision.

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