Weld County Lawyers
Authored by Ken LaMance
, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor and Attorney at Law
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Weld County is the state’s leading producer of cattle, grain and sugar beets and has the richest agricultural land in the Rocky Mountains. In 1955, Weld County was the scene of a horrific mid-air explosion where a plane carrying 44 people exploded over the county, scattering debris for miles. Later investigation discovered that the son of a woman who was on the plane had made a time bomb and put it in his mother’s suitcase. The man was convicted and put to death two years later.
There are many Weld County lawyers who are available to help you with your legal problems. These attorneys are skilled in many areas of law such as personal injury, divorce, DUI, automobile accidents, wrongful death, criminal defense, hit-and-run, child custody, contracts, employment, and more.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Colorado recently made good on its threat to sue the Weld County sheriff and the Weld County district attorney. The lawsuit claims that these two officials are violating the privacy rights of many individuals without just cause. The sheriff and district attorney had allegedly been engaged in a campaign to arrest illegal immigrants who were using false identities to live and work in Weld County. The officials searched a tax officer where they seized thousands of records of taxpayers who used the office. The lawsuit by the ACLU claims that these Weld County officials have no power to keep these records because many of them contain private, sensitive information of people who have not been, and will not be, accused of any crime by the district attorney.
If you hire an attorney to represent you in your legal action in Weber County, you will want to hire a lawyer who is familiar with the courts in the 19th Judicial District of Colorado
, as this is likely where your lawsuit will end up. The local attorneys regularly practice in this court and are able to represent you.
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Last Modified: 01-06-2010 02:02 PM PST