Out of every ten people released from prison, four of them will repeat offenses and end up back in prison. Some of these individuals who have repeated offenses pose a threat to society, but many of them just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Repeat offenders don’t always commit the same offense each time but can commit other crimes unrelated to their first offense, such as failing a drug test or missing a parole meeting. If crimes similar to previous ones continue to be repeated, the offender may experience harsher punishment.
Because all situations vary, and you don’t want to walk into court alone, it’s best to call a criminal lawyer that has a good reputation and strong standing in Denver and Parker, CO. Contact Thomas A. Ramunda Jr. at South Denver Law to discuss options for how to hand a repeat offense. We can provide guidance and aide to you in your time of need.