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How “Consolidation” Bill Could Impact Colorado Sex Crime Charges
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When someone goes to court for sexual assault, the victim often tells their side of the story. Sexual assault can be traumatic, and reliving the horror of the incident can bring further trauma, especially if the victim is telling the story to a room of strangers under great pressure.
 
Just retelling their story in one court can negatively impact a victim… but this doesn’t always happen just once. Cases… Continue reading this article

Don’t Run from Shoplifting Penalties – Fight Back against Them
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Imagine this. You get charged with shoplifting at a Denver shopping center. You plead guilty and get two years of probation. Then, a few months later, you don’t show up for a review hearing. The court puts out a warrant for your arrest, but you don’t care because you’ve already moved out of state. What are they going to do, chase you down over a shoplifting charge?
 
Not… Continue reading this article

4 FAQs about Getting a Felony DUI in Colorado
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No matter where you are going for St. Patrick’s Day, it’s safe to assume you might have a drink or two. After all, St. Paddy’s Day is one of the biggest holidays for drinking, which unfortunately also means that it is one of the biggest days for drinking and driving – especially in Colorado.
 
Last year, to combat this problem, Colorado officers beefed up law enforcement on the roads… Continue reading this article

8 Defense Strategies for Colorado Burglary Charges
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If you have been charged with burglary in our state, you have some work to do. Burglary charges are felony offenses. Even a third degree burglary conviction can land you in jail for three years, and cause you to rack up fines as high as $100,000. If you want the best chance at receiving a positive outcome, you need to start building a strong defense.
 
How do you… Continue reading this article

How Colorado Domestic Violence Cases are Reviewed May Soon Change
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If you follow college sports or have been reading the news reports about the University of Colorado, you probably know that former coach Joe Tumpkin is in some big trouble. He recently resigned over allegations of repeatedly abusing his ex-girlfriend, who has a restraining order against him.
 
Currently, Tumpkin is facing five felony counts of second-degree assault and three misdemeanor counts of third-degree assault. It’s not just the former… Continue reading this article

Colorado Senate May Make Civil Forfeiture in Drug Cases Harder
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There are plenty of things that are unfair about the way that Colorado handles drug charges and convictions. Nonviolent drug offenses can put you behind bars for longer than some violent crimes. Drugs associated with certain minority groups come with harsher penalties than similar drugs more commonly used by the majority – and statistics have long shown that, regardless of the type of drug charge – minority groups are… Continue reading this article

Identity Theft Is Very Common During Tax Season
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Have you started filing your taxes yet?
 
In the next few weeks, there will be social security numbers, expense lists, pay stubs and more being transferred, mailed, and analyzed. All of this information is a goldmine for individuals who want to commit identity theft or fraud schemes.
 
As secure as your data and information may be, identity theft comes in many forms, and rears its ugly head… Continue reading this article

A Colorado Criminal Lawyer Explains Your Rights When Protesting
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These days, tensions are high not only throughout the country, but around the world: the voicemail inboxes of elected officials are full, social media has been taken over by passionate discussions about the political actions of the Trump administration, and there are more marches and protesters out on the street than ever before.
 
The laws of our country give us the right to assemble and freedom of speech. We… Continue reading this article

Burglary Suspect Shot by Police in Fort Collins
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When police respond to property crimes, the incident rarely ends in eight rounds of bullets being fired at the suspect. Unfortunately, that is exactly what happened recently when Fort Collins police responded to a burglary.
 
At 8 a.m. on January 21, police responded to a 911 call from a man claiming that a stranger had broken into his home and was stabbing his roommate. Officers claim that when… Continue reading this article

Colorado Prostitution Sting Leads to Nine Arrests, One Rescue
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In one of the first undercover prostitution stings of the year, Northern Colorado law enforcement officers made nine arrests and rescued one at-risk youth in Johnstown.
 
The arrests were made on January 5, although many of the people involved in the sting have already been let go. During the operation, officers posed as solicitors, responding to ads on escort websites for prostitutes. No solicitors were arrested in the sting,… Continue reading this article

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