Archives for: May 26th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes in the everyday lives of people all over the world, but it’s also inspired some people to break the law…in very odd ways.

People have reported being stopped by police officers in two Colorado cities to check if they were obeying stay-at-home orders. The police impersonators went as far as to ask for the driver’s license, proof of insurance, and car registration.

An outbreak of coronavirus in a Colorado prison facility has led to one of the largest isolated total positive cases in the state. According to CPR news, Sterling Correctional Facility is now testing all inmates after 138 people came back positive – and more are still awaiting results.

Coronavirus has changed the everyday lives of people in so many ways, and especially those inside the criminal justice system. In response

When people think of embezzlement, they often associate it with schemes that steal millions of dollars, but those aren’t the only the high-profile embezzlement cases that make the news. In January 2020, the Colorado Sun reported the sentencing of an embezzlement case where the defendant was sentenced to six years in prison for pleading guilty for theft between $100,000 and $1 million.

In the grand scheme of things that may

The Mile-High 420 festival may have been canceled this year, but Colorado law enforcement and Mothers Against Drunk Driving were still out in full force encouraging people to stay at home during the unofficial 4/20 holiday.

Why? Because driving under the influence of marijuana is dangerous.

It can also land the user in big legal trouble. Marijuana use may be legal in Colorado but driving while under its influence certainly