Archives for: December 25th, 2020

Did you know that if you are found in possession of tools associated with drug use, even if no drugs are found, that you can be arrested in Colorado? It’s true!

Possession of drug paraphernalia a serious crime in Colorado. Just as with other drug offenses, it goes on your criminal record and can have a huge impact on the rest of your life.

That’s why it critical to understand

When it comes to issues surrounding family, love, money, and custody of children (just to name a few), tensions can run high. Sometimes incidents occur that lead to the issuance of a restraining order.

At some point down the road that the restraining order is (hopefully) no longer needed. This is not unheard of in courts in Colorado, which is why there is a process for having a restraining order

No one likes being arrested. You may not even agree with the reason you’ve been given as the basis for your arrest. However, you must comply with the police when you are being arrested.

Failure to do so can result in charges of resisting arrest, which can complicate any criminal proceedings against you in court.

Here’s what you need to know about resisting arrest in Colorado, your rights under the

If you get in trouble with the law and wade into the waters of the criminal justice system, you may face probation instead of jail for your crimes.

What is probation? How is it violated? Most importantly, what can happen if you violate it? Read on to find out what you need to know if you’re serving a probation sentence in Colorado and what comes next if you violate its