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Denver Criminal Defense Blog

November 16, 2021

Flaws in Our Justice System, Part IV: The Impossible Impartial Jury

This is Part IV of a four-part series published by Wolf Law, LLC, which aims to highlight and discuss flaws in the U.S. criminal justice system. This series is meant...

October 7, 2021

Flaws in Our Justice System, Part III: The Overworked Public Defender

This is Part III of a four-part series published by Wolf Law, LLC, which aims to highlight and discuss flaws in the U.S. criminal justice system. This series is meant to be...

September 1, 2021

Different Types of Cybercrimes

As technology advances and the world becomes more connected to the internet, the number of cybercrimes has dramatically increased. Cybercrime cases, or crimes that are committed against a person or...

July 30, 2021

Different Types of Fraud in Colorado

Fraud may be one of the most well-known white-collar crimes, but many people don’t know that there are several deceptive activities that qualify as “fraud.” Fraud is defined as a...

July 1, 2021

Flaws in the Justice System, Part II: The Bail System & Pretrial Detention

This is Part 2 of a four-part series published by Wolf Law, LLC, which aims to highlight and discuss flaws in the U.S. criminal justice system. This series is meant to be...

May 25, 2021

Colorado Drug Laws: Your Summer Recap

Denver is lifting capacity limits and distancing requirements in nearly all settings and is also relaxing face-covering mandates across the state. But before you (or your teens!) hit the street...

April 29, 2021

Criminal Protection or Civil Restraining?

The differences between criminal protection orders and civil restraining orders are subtle, but there are key distinctions that everyone should know about. Below, the Denver defense lawyers from Wolf Law detail...

March 29, 2021

Flaws in Our Justice System, Part I: Punitive Policies & Unbalanced Law Enforcement

This is Part I of a four-part series published by Wolf Law, LLC, which aims to highlight and discuss flaws in the U.S. criminal justice system. This series is meant...

March 12, 2021

Rising Star 2021 Winner

Congratulations to Jeffrey Wolf, founding partner at Wolf Law, LLC! Jeff has again been recognized in Super Lawyers magazine for excellence in Criminal Law and fierce client advocacy. “A top-ranked,...

February 24, 2021

What Are No-Knock Warrants? Are They Legal?

Shortly after midnight, on March 13, 2020, police officers broke into the Louisville, Kentucky, home of Breonna Taylor and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, unannounced. The police were executing a no-knock...

January 18, 2021

The Problem With Big Law Firms

When you’re facing a criminal charge in Denver, the last place you want to be is lost in the shuffle at a large law firm. It’s easy to think more...

December 22, 2020

Teen Sexting vs. Child Pornography

It's Not The Same Thing In addition to providing accurate and detailed resources to our Denver-area community, we provide aggressive legal representation to individuals (including minors) who have been charged...

November 23, 2020

Myths and Facts About Domestic Violence

Like so many things related to our justice system, myths about domestic violence (DV) abound—but Wolf Law is here to set the record straight. Domestic violence cases have far-reaching implications...

November 12, 2020

Common Questions About Domestic Violence Laws

Wolf Law has managed hundreds of domestic abuse cases. In fact, it’s the area of law where Denver defense attorney and Court TV correspondent Jeffrey Wolf got started. Below, the Denver...

September 30, 2020

What Happens from Arrest to Arraignment?

An arraignment is the court proceeding at which a judge formally presents the criminal charges against the accused. An arraignment is also when the accused enters a plea of guilty...

August 28, 2020

Possession Is Nine-Tenths of the Law—What Does This Mean?

This popular legal phrase is an expression meaning that ownership is easier to maintain if a person has possession of something and difficult to enforce if a person does not....