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Resisting Arrest Charges Dropped Against High School Student
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Back in October, a 14-year-old student at Northfield High School was handcuffed, dragged out of a bathroom, and charged with assault.
 
Why was Ashanti Mills treated this way? And, why, six months after the incident, was she still facing a resisting arrest charge? Because she wore a headband to school.
 
The purple bandanna the Denver student wore is supposedly violation of the dress code – though Mills… Continue reading this article

Colorado Domestic Violence Defense Strategies
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Over the last few decades, lawmakers have come to recognize that domestic violence is a serious issue in our country. Charges and penalties have been increased to punish offenders and serve as a deterrent to anyone who might be inclined to engage in this kind of behavior.
 
But in an effort to protect victims, we have turned domestic violence charges into something that can completely derail an individual’s… Continue reading this article

The Difference Between DUI and DWAI in Colorado
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Imagine you’re at happy hour after work and you have a single drink. Or you’re at a friend’s dinner party and you decide to drink a glass of wine. When it starts to get late and you need to be heading home, what do you do?
 
Many people in these situations make the decision to drive themselves home. Most likely they’re not “feeling it” at all, and the… Continue reading this article

What Constitutes Second Degree Murder in Colorado?
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Homicide cases deal with the killing of another human being. But the circumstances and details of a case determine exactly what type of crime was supposedly committed.
 
What does that mean? Isn’t a murder just a murder?
 
Nope. You’ve probably heard lawyers on TV shows talking about different degrees of murder, but may not have ever really understood what they meant.
 
Laws in Colorado classify homicide… Continue reading this article

New Colorado Sexting Laws May Be on the Horizon
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The quick advancement of technology can be great, but sometimes the laws can’t keep up and we’re left with harsh penalties for crimes that previously didn’t exist.
 
Sexting is one of those crimes.
 
Last year, more than 100 students at Cañon City High School were found with sexually explicit images of other teens. The scandal shocked Cañon City residents, and as a result, students were suspended and… Continue reading this article

Colorado Drug Possession: Everything but Marijuana
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With recreational marijuana being legal here, many Coloradans might forget that marijuana is the only legal drug. Other drugs and controlled substances are still against the law.
 
Some might hold out hope for the legalization of other illicit substances – but they shouldn’t hold their breath. A recent poll shows that when it comes to other drugs such as LSD, mushrooms, cocaine, heroin, meth, MDMA, and ibogaine, Americans… Continue reading this article

4 Examples of White Collar Crimes in Colorado
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Although white collar crimes aren’t seen as violent crimes, the law takes them just as seriously as a violent crime. And because they usually involve large sums of money, prosecutors are especially vigilant in getting a conviction.
 
But what is a white collar crime anyway?
 
Well, a white collar crime is a general, umbrella term for a broad spectrum of financial and corporate crimes. There are too… Continue reading this article

Burglary Charges: Proving Intent
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So you’ve been charged with a burglary. Maybe you were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or you made a bad choice and it came back to bite you. It happens. Everyone makes mistakes.
 
But it’s what you choose to do next that will impact your life.
 
You could simply accept the charges, plead guilty, pay fines, do jail time, and lose a portion of… Continue reading this article

Mexican Cartel Drug Trafficking Decreases – Colorado’s Increases
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As long as drugs are illegal, there will be drug trafficking. And even though marijuana is now legal in Colorado, it’s still illegal in other states and countries, which creates a drug trafficking issue.
 
Since marijuana was legalized in Colorado and Washington, 70 percent of Mexican drug cartels have seen a decrease in their marijuana profits. This decrease is prompting Mexico to consider its own legalization of marijuana.
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Colorado Issues (Slightly) Fewer Marijuana DUIs in 2015
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With the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, concerns about driving under the influence of marijuana have heightened. Are the roads more or less dangerous since Amendment 64 was passed?
 
Colorado State Patrol has only been tracking marijuana impaired driving citations for two years, but the numbers have gone down since the first year of tracking – even if they’ve only gone down slightly.
 
In 2014, 5,546 citations… Continue reading this article

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