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Civil Litigation in Colorado and Denver
The possibility of having to file or defend a civil lawsuit in Colorado and Denver can be a daunting and stressful task. Dealing with a lawsuit, whether you’re the defendant or the plaintiff, is typically not a pleasant experience and can be time consuming and taxing. The rules of civil procedure – that is, the rules governing the filing and litigating of a lawsuit – are complicated. This, in turn, makes it difficult and frustrating for people without a legal background to attempt to navigate a lawsuit on their own.
If you are sued or need to file a lawsuit, an attorney can help guide you through the litigation process and increase your chances of prevailing. The posts on this website discuss the structure of the Colorado civil court system as well as specific considerations in litigating civil cases. Overall, these posts are intended to give clarification to people dealing with civil lawsuits in Colorado and Denver court systems.
Civil Litigation Posts
- Claims for Constitutional and Statutory Civil Rights Violations Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 in Colorado Courts
- Challenging a City’s Interpretation of Its Charter, City Code, and Other City Legal Authorities in Denver and Colorado Courts
Disclaimer: The information on this website is intended to be general information only and not legal advice. Laws change frequently and the information on this website may not be up to date, nor is the information intended to be fully comprehensive. For legal advice specific to your case please contact J.D. Porter, LLC or another licensed attorney.