Archives for: October 28th, 2020

This past year has been absolutely chaotic. The COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest, and an intense Presidential election have left everyone on edge. To add even more fuel to the fire, property crimes throughout Denver have been rising.

The Property Crime 2020 Crime Report was released by the Denver Post in late September. Statistics from the report are not promising.

Property Crimes in Denver, 2020

Denver has reported 22,321 property crimes

Colorado has been ahead of the curve when it comes to marijuana laws. They’re learning as they go what works and what doesn’t – including the shapes of edibles available in the state.

Some new laws have recently taken effect in Colorado. And they will have a marked impact on the packaging and the molds used in making edibles. Here’s what you need to know about these changes and the

There are not many topics that can ignite debate as much as the topic of abortion does. On both the pro-life and pro-choice sides, the feelings run deep and many take issue with reproductive laws in each state.

Since abortion was made legal in the United States, Colorado has provided safe and legal abortions. However, many laws have been added to the books since then that help to guard the

If you’ve been arrested, you’re facing a number of potential outcomes. The worst-case scenario is a trial, a conviction, and significant penalties. Many people think that the best-case scenario the opposite – a trial, an acquittal, and no penalties.

There is one other better scenario possible here in Colorado, though. It’s a decision known as “nolle prosequi,” or a “no file” decision.

A “no file” decision is a specific kind

Denver’s annual domestic violence report was just released on September 21st and it has some interesting information about domestic violence in Denver this year.

Overall, crimes related to domestic violence are down in 2020 when compared with the same period last year. Still, domestic violence is an issue here, with an average of 5.3 domestic violence crimes reported each day.

So what sorts of actions constitute domestic violence? What