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Coloradans Pay $44M Yearly for Sex Offender Incarceration
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Keeping people behind bars has an impact well beyond the actual criminal offenders and their loved ones. In fact, every taxpayer in Colorado is giving some of their money to fund public prisons. Specifically, it costs tens of thousands of dollars to keep a single person in jail for one year.
 
Due to this high cost, Colorado has made a number of moves in the past few years… Continue reading this article

Yes, Even Texting Can Net You a Colorado Domestic Violence Charge
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We have highlighted Colorado’s strict policies against domestic violence in many past blog posts. From the moment an incident is reported to police, Colorado aims to put alleged attackers behind bars at the first sign of harassment or violence through its “victim’s rights” policies.
 
While these policies do help many victims find justice for the wrongdoing and violence perpetrated against them, there are also many cases where simple offenses… Continue reading this article

2017 Will Bring More Jail Time and Higher DUI Fees in Colorado
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When laws are passed at the state level, we don’t always understand or witness the affects until years later, especially if criminal proceedings or sentencing is involved. This is because it takes months for criminal cases to go through the entire process between being arrested and getting sentenced – or not – and even longer for the statistics to show significant change.
 
That being said, in late 2016… Continue reading this article

The Different Types of Homicide Charges in Colorado
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If you are arrested and charged with homicide, it is an understatement to say that those charges are serious and your situation dire. In fact, homicide charges are the most serious charges that exist in Colorado law.
 
Not all homicide charges are the same, though. Just because you are accused of homicide does not mean that you will be facing the death penalty. Depending on the circumstances, you may… Continue reading this article

How Can a Vote against Trump Become a Misdemeanor?
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Regardless of who got your vote in November, we can probably all agree that this election has been the source of more tension and dissension than any in recent memory. Donald Trump won the election by receiving 307 Electoral College votes. Many sources say that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by over two million votes. Some people have been calling for a recount. Mr. Trump has been saying… Continue reading this article

Weapons Charges in Colorado: What You Need to Know
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The laws regarding weapons and firearms in our state are constantly changing, and the debate about our second amendment rights rages on. Because of this, it is vital that all people who own firearms and other weapons to keep themselves updated on the laws.
 
To that end, this blog post will offer refresher on some basic laws and rules about using and owning weapons in our state. Still, knowing… Continue reading this article

Thefts Can Add Up Quickly… and So Will Charges
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We all have those little expenses that turn into big chunks of our paycheck. Heading to Starbucks for your morning coffee. Stopping for fast food because you don’t have time for anything else.
 
Do these things once or twice and the money involved will be pretty small. Do them a few times a week for a month, though, and it adds up fast.
 
Well, the same concept… Continue reading this article

Colorado’s Domestic Violence Laws Lead to Unnecessary Arrests
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Domestic violence is a tragic occurrence, and it is something that happens far too often both in our state and our country as a whole. How often? The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control says that 1 in 3 women will be victims of domestic violence in their lifetime. Perhaps even more shocking is the fact that 1 in 4 men will also be victims of domestic violence.
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What Are Colorado “Drug Diversions?”
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When you think of big drug crimes, something resembling the plot of Breaking Bad may enter your mind. You might imagine large-scale drug trafficking rings of heroin or cocaine that are run by violent drug dealers who live a lavish life in secrecy.
 
Does this really match the reality, though? Sometimes. Not all drug crimes involve dealers making and selling illegal drugs, however. Drug diversion is a crime… Continue reading this article

What Are the Penalties for Fraud in Colorado?
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As the world becomes more globalized and we can reach and communicate with more and more people in seconds, crimes themselves become more complex and harder to classify.
 
Case-in-point: with advancements in technology, financial or otherwise, there are many different types of fraud that can be committed. So if you are charged with fraud, how can you know what penalties you face, and how you can begin building a… Continue reading this article

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