Preserving Evidence in Criminal Cases in Colorado

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Preserving Evidence in Criminal Cases in ColoradoPreserving Evidence is essential if you want to have a fighting chance in trial. Sometimes the best defense to criminal charges is a great offense and preserving evidence gives you the best possible offense.

This series goes into the details of preserving evidence and discusses some of the things that you need to consider when preparing for your criminal case.

Some of the topics covered are:

  • witnesses and alibis
  • photographing the scene
  • preserving blood samples
  • preserving mental defenses
  • preserving physical evidence
  • preserving the crime scene
  • restricting the ability of police to speak with you

When you know how to preserve evidence, you will be better prepared to present a strong case.  Don’t put yourself in a position where you are wishing that you had the right evidence to show the judge.  Make sure you have the right evidence from the start.

The police in Colorado will only preserve evidence that makes their case.  They simply are not concerned with evidence that shows your innocence.  Do not let the police force you into a bad position.  This series will show you how to take your case back by preserve the facts that can put you in the best possible position going into court.

The information in this post is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or as the creation of an attorney-client relationship. For legal advice, please contact an Attorney.

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Nathaniel has worked in criminal law on both sides of the aisle spending time working for the prosecution as well as the defense. Most recently Nathaniel has represented individuals in violent felonies and drug cases. Prior to this work, Nathaniel handled DWIs, Domestic Violence Cases, Property Crimes, and White Collar Crimes. On the prosecutorial side, Nathaniel has most notably worked in Bosnia helping to prosecute individuals who committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Bosnian War from 1993-1995. In particular, Nathaniel helped in the prosecution of military leaders who arranged for the organized murders and rapes of innocent civilians in various towns in Bosnia. Nathaniel is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, Northwestern University, and Phillips Exeter Academy. Google Profile: Nathaniel Baca