Historically, Title IX of the Educational Amendment Act of 1972 is meant to protect gender discrimination. However, now it is the method in which colleges expel young men after an accusation of sexual misconduct.
Being investigated or charged with a crime is a lifechanging experience. The process can turn your life upside down. The police and prosecutors seem to have endless resources and time to destroy everything you have built and achieved.
At Eytan Nielsen LLC, we get it and we will fight!
In Colorado, the high school disciplinary process can be a major turning point for your child’s future. Many families are unaware that a negative outcome in these proceedings can impact their child’s ability to get into another high school if expelled, into college or find work later on, not to mention the academic loss that they face because of time out of school.
If you are facing a federal criminal offense, you need to have an attorney with experience in federal court. The procedures in federal court, from bond to sentencing, are very different from Colorado state court. You may be facing a lengthy federal prison sentence, hefty monetary fines, and property seizure or forfeiture. Oftentimes, the government conducts a lengthy investigation before a person knows it. Regardless of the stage of your matter, the aggressive criminal defense attorneys of Eytan Nielsen LLC can help.
Good kids make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes or immature choices result in your child being charged in juvenile court or direct filed in adult court. Seeing your child arrested and charged for a Colorado juvenile crime is a terrifying experience. The process will feel cold and uncaring when it is your child in the cross hairs.
In juvenile criminal cases, parental advocacy is not enough. You and your child need experienced Colorado juvenile defense attorneys to defend your child’s future.
If you have been accused of a criminal offense in Colorado or learn that you are under investigation of a crime, you need a lawyer to help protect your rights and potentially prevent criminal charges from ever being filed.