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Our Habeas corpus attorney’s in Denver, Colorado are here to help if you believe you’ve been unlawfully detained. The expert attorney’s at the Constitutional Law Office of Attorney Gary Fielder are here to walk you through the process.

Habeas Corpus Denver, CO

Habeas Corpus

Habeas corpus stands for “have the body” in Latin, and is a legal recourse that enables a person to report unlawful detention or imprisonment to the court system and seek recourse. Then requesting the court to order the custodian of the individual, such as a jail or prison employee, to bring the prisoner to court to investigate and determine whether or not the detention is lawful.

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Overview About Habeas Corpus

Determining Habeas Corpus

How is Habeas Corpus committed

Types of Habeas Corpus

Habeas Corpus FAQs

Overview About Habeas Corpus Denver, CO

Overview About Habeas Corpus

Habeas corpus is in place to protect citizens from unlawful imprisonment or detainment. Our habeas corpus attorney’s will learn everything they can about your situation and proceed to create a plan to ensure that you’re released from unlawful detainment as soon as possible. Being imprisoned without proper cause can result in significant damage to your well being, income, and personal life. Reach out today and see how we can help.

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Determining Habeas Corpus Denver, CO

Determining  Habeas Corpus

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Other Areas of Civil Rights

Unlawful Arrest

Wrong Convictions

How is Habeas Corpus Committed Denver, CO

How is Habeas Corpus Committed

Habeas corpus is found to be committed when a person has been unlawfully detained and the court finds as such. This required a proceeding with a judge or magistrate in order to determine the validity of the inquiry and see if the imprisoning actors were substantiated in their actions.

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Types of Habeas Corpus Denver, CO

Types of Habeas Corpus

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Habeas Corpus Ad Subjiciendum

Ad subjiciendum is is the writ that demands the body be produced. 

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Habeas Corpus Ad Prosequendum

Ad Prosequendum is when the court orders that a prisoner or detainee be brought to the court for the purpose of prosecution.

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Habeas Corpus Ad Testificandum

Ad testificandum is the demand for a detainee or prisoner to be brought to court in testify or give evidence in a case.

Habeas Corpus Frequently Asked Questions

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