Arrest Warrants in Douglas County, Colorado
When Douglas County sheriffs talk with an alleged victim in a sex crime case, the sheriffs will meet with a judge to get an arrest warrant. When an arrest is made (often at the defendant's work or home), it's often done to embarrass and humiliate the defendant. The idea behind an arrest warrant is to isolate a defendant and allow the police to gather the evidence to use in the prosecution. Arrest warrants give police the chance to obtain a confession to a sexual offense or get statements which can be used to convict you.[pullquote align=”center” textalign=”center” width=”81%”] If you've been a victim of an arrest / search warrant in Colorado, contact our criminal defense lawyers immediately.[/pullquote]
Arapahoe County Search Warrants
Search warrants are often requested because police need more evidence for trial.
Arapahoe County sheriff deputies often request search warrants when they need evidence to be used for trial. If an Arapahoe County judge grants a search warrant to law enforcement, law enforcement is able to go through / search your property to find evidence to use against the you. Before granting a search warrant, sheriff deputies must have probable cause and proof they would find evidence in your home or other personal place (known as the fruit of the crime). They present an affidavit to a judge, who determines if there is a legal reason to grant the warrant.
Lawyer in Jefferson County if You've Been Arrested: Call Today
In Jefferson County and across Colorado, there are many circumstances where a search was done illegally by police or an arrest was unlawful. Police are often so driven to present evidence to the prosecution that they overstep boundaries. If you have been victimized by a search or arrest warrant anywhere in Colorado, consult our experienced criminal defense lawyers immediately. We work hard to protect our clients' rights and freedom.Request a Free Consultation