Protection (Restraining) Orders A Protection Order, also referred to as a restraining order, means “any order that prohibits the Restrained Person from contacting, harassing, injuring, intimidating, molesting, threatening, touching, stalking,…

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…a misdemeanor cannot be sentenced to state prison, unless the misdemeanor sentence is served simultaneously (concurrently) with a felony sentence. In Colorado, misdemeanor offenses are divided into three classes. Class…

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…intimidate or is seeking revenge against the victim. Some of the common crimes involving domestic violence include: Assault Sexual assault Violation of a protection (restraining) order False imprisonment Criminal mischief…

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…victim advocate. A criminal protection order is similar to a civil protection order in what it does, except that a criminal protection order is mandatory, and is not permanent. For

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…conditions of the order, contact your victim advocate. A criminal protection order is similar to a civil protection order in what it does, except that a criminal protection order is…

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…a protection (restraining) order False imprisonment Criminal mischief Menacing Harassment or stalking Contact the domestic violence assistance agencies and resources here if you decide to leave or need to immediately…

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…of Court Proceedings Transcripts of court proceedings are not provided through the District Attorney’s office. To order Denver District Court hearing transcripts, please click here. To order Denver County Court…

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…a grand jury indictment. If misdemeanor and felony charges are both included in a case, and the case is bound over or direct-filed into District Court, the misdemeanor charges are…

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…with the use or performance of this site or other documents which are referenced by or linked to this site. Linkage Policy The District Attorney’s website, www.denverda.org any domain names…

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Restitution Restitution is the court-ordered repayment of losses directly related to the crime by the offender to the victim. Restitution is ordered only after a defendant pleads guilty or has…

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