Man suspected of domestic violence in Colorado

On Behalf of | Aug 14, 2014 | Domestic Violence, Firm News |

Being charged with domestic violence is a very serious situation. As a result, an individual who is facing such allegations would likely wish to understand the situation and the options that he or she has. If creating a defense is plausible for an individual facing domestic violence charges, gathering relevant and beneficial evidence could be key in building a meaningful defense that could help his or her case.

It was recently reported that authorities in Colorado are looking for a man who is suspected to have been involved in a domestic violence situation. Details on the incident were sparse, but it was reported that the man was allegedly involved in a confrontation with a female. The situation purportedly intensified, and the man reportedly used physical contact in order to stop the female subject from leaving.

It was reported that the incident took place just after 11:30 p.m., and that the female was taken from the residence where the situation had allegedly taken place. It was reported that authorities were unable to locate the man allegedly involved. It was not noted how the man and woman knew each other.

If the man is apprehended and charged with domestic violence, he could face severe penalties should a conviction take place. Therefore, he may wish to consider creating a defense that could allow him to present his side of the situation in hopes of maintaining his innocence. Gathering helpful and relevant evidence, as well as learning more about Colorado criminal proceedings regarding domestic violence, could help him prepare for his case.

Source:, “Colorado Springs police on the hunt for man accused of domestic violence“, Stephen Hobbs, Aug. 9, 2014


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