second degree felony

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Country: United States of America
State: Colorado

I am being charged we second degree felony assault, the man who is accusing me grabbed my girlfriend and threw her across the lobby of my apartment, we then got into a fight and I injured the mans face with 2 punches to the head. I need advice as to what to do.

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File a police report and make sure your version of events is on the record. The police will then investigate.
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