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Were You Caught in Colorado’s 4th of July DUI Crackdown? What to Do
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Since July 4th is one of the most dangerous driving holidays in Colorado, officials were particularly vigilant over the holiday this year, cracking down on DUI suspects with additional patrols and checkpoints.
 
In Denver, police conducted two checkpoints, making contact with over 1,000 people and arresting seven people for DUIs. They do it because of stories like this one. A single man from Utah caused injuries to five… Continue reading this article

5 Ways to Defend Against Sex Crime Charges in Colorado
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Being arrested for committing a sex crime is one of the most life-changing experiences that anyone can go through.
 
Even before you begin to deal with the potential legal consequences that you may have to endure if you are convicted of the charge, there is a particular type of personal and public shaming that these types of charges bring with them. Friends and family members may shun you.… Continue reading this article

How to Lift a Domestic Violence Restraining Order in Colorado
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Domestic violence charges are taken very seriously in our state, and can affect all aspects of your life, including your job, time with your children, and even where you are allowed to live. If you also have to adhere to a restraining order while your case is pending, you might find that your everyday life is now riddled with inconvenient limitations.
 
If you have a restraining order against… Continue reading this article

Man Charged with Assault for Trying to Help Transgender Woman
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We hear the word assault and we automatically think of something negative. However, a Colorado man was recently charged with assault for trying to help someone.
 
How is that possible? Here’s what happened.
 
James Lowell Pennington was arrested in May after performing an unlicensed testicle removal surgery. Sounds bad, right? However, he did his work on a willing transgender woman in her apartment.
 
In other words,… Continue reading this article

Colorado Cops Now Carrying Drugs to Combat Opiate Overdoses
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Opioid use, abuse, and addiction are currently at an all-time high.
 
To really put things in perspective: overdosing on drugs is the leading cause of accidental death here in the United States. Where does opioid addiction fit into that? It is responsible for nearly half of these deaths. In raw numbers, of the 52,404 fatal drug overdoses in 2015, 12,990 deaths are related to heroin, and 20,101 are related… Continue reading this article

“No DUI Colorado” a Reminder of the High Cost of DUIs
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Summer is a time for kicking back, relaxing, and enjoying all of the outdoor activities and events going on now that the weather is warm.
 
Whether you’re grilling in your backyard, attending a music festival, or celebrating one of the many summer holidays, you might decide to have a few drinks to quench your thirst, abate the heat, and get into the summertime groove. As long as you’re… Continue reading this article

What Constitutes Stalking in Colorado
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Last month in Fort Collins, Colorado State University police warned students and faculty about a man allegedly stalking people on campus. Tyreice M. “TJ” Lane was charged with trespass, harassment, and felony stalking, and was ordered to stay away from the CSU campus. Despite the charges and the restraining order, though, he was still supposedly seen in the area several times.
 
The details of Lane’s stalking charges are still… Continue reading this article

“No Bail For Stalking and Domestic Violence Offenders” Now Law
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Colorado has a history of aggressively protecting domestic violence victims. From mandatory overnight holding to the serious consequences after a conviction, these laws are meant to crack down on this type of crime.
 
Earlier this month, Colorado signed another domestic violence law called “No Bail for Stalking and Domestic Violence Offenders.” The name speaks for itself. While Colorado had already denied bail to individuals who have been convicted… Continue reading this article

Adjustments May Be Coming to Colorado Sexting Laws
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Sometimes, technology moves too fast for lawmakers to keep up. When old laws have to be applied to new trends, people may face wildly unfair punishments as lawmakers debate the right penalties and work to change rules and regulations.
 
Law enforcement officials, school administrators, parents, and teens faced this exact conundrum not long ago when a “sexting” scandal rocked Cañon City High School.
Hundreds of students were caught consensually… Continue reading this article

Charged for Using a Phone? If Drug Crimes Are Involved, Yes
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The everyday items that play a part in drug crimes are very important to law enforcement officials. Because of this, they are legally allowed to confiscate items such as cars, homes, and cash that could have been used in the drug crimes.
 
If an item like a phone is used, not only will that item be confiscated… it will also add more criminal charges to the individual’s record.… Continue reading this article

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