Archives for: November 30th, 2020

Most people understand the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor. Unfortunately, not that many people are familiar with the legal specifics related to misdemeanor classes in Colorado and the penalties associated with them.

Because of this, when some people find themselves facing misdemeanor charges, they may not understand how serious they can be.

A group of Colorado construction workers who were recently alleged to have been paid under the

Crimes involving computers can be a bit confusing. That’s because the internet provides users anonymity along with a false sense of security. So when something does go wrong and a crime like digital forgery occurs, what happens next?

The internet can be a dangerous place and the laws surrounding crimes perpetrated using it are relatively new. Here’s what you need to know.

Digital Forgery: What Is It?

Digital forgery is

Felony murder is a serious offense in the state of Colorado and carries with it significant penalties. Some lawmakers aren’t so sure, however, that this sweeping rule is right in every circumstance. Some are working to change it.

State legislators in Colorado introduced a bill that would change the way the state treats those that were involved in the murder but didn’t actually commit murder themselves.

The bill has since

The holidays are here. In fact, the holiday season in the United States starts with Halloween and doesn’t end until after New Year – which means two solid months of celebration happening in Colorado and across the country.

Unfortunately, some of these celebrations end in arrests for driving under the influence (DUI). In fact, in the last several years, Halloween has seen an uptick in DUI arrests, with over 200