Criminal Defense Blogs by Christopher T. Braddock

Christopher Braddock is a Criminal Defense Attorney in Denver, Colorado. He received his undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics from Washington University in St. Louis in 1988 and his Juris Doctorate from University of Denver in 1993. He has been licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado and in the Federal Courts since 1993.

Is Sexting a Crime?

Sexting Crime Over the last decade, a significant number of minors have been prosecuted for distribution of child pornography. These children were not abusing other children or producing child pornography for commercial purposes; instead, they simply took nude photos of themselves and sent them to others. Outdated Laws and the Rise of Smartphones Child pornography laws … Continued

I Have Been Accused of a Sexual Crime, Now What?

What to do if you’ve been accused of a sexual crime. If you have been accused of a sexual crime, you most likely feel your future is destroyed, even if the charges have no basis of truth. False allegations are common in this type of crime. Heated divorce issues, child custody battles, bad break-ups and cover-ups … Continued

How To Protect My Future If I Am Arrested?

My future after being arrested “Even if good people fall seven they will get back up. But when trouble strikes the wicked, that’s the end of them.” Proverbs 24:16 Even good people make bad choices from time to time. When those bad choices happen at the wrong place and at the wrong time, the consequences can … Continued

How to Prepare for Your DUI Case

DUI Case Preparations Even if you believe you are innocent, and there is no way you will be found guilty of a DUI charge made against you, you may find that proving your innocence is not as simple as you hoped it to be. Christopher T. Braddock will show you how to prepare for your DUI case will … Continued

Internet Exploitation of a Minor Explained

What is Internet Exploitation of a Minor? There are several charges that may be levied against a person who connects with a minor online for sex-related purposes.  A person may face an internet exploitation charge in Denver if (1) they are communicating with a child, who they know or believe, is under the age of … Continued