Archives for: April 30th, 2021

There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of people in Colorado and elsewhere – and will continue to do so for years to come.

However, not all the changes are for the worse. Some legal shifts in Colorado may reduce the number of incarcerations, which overall benefits the community as long as safety is maintained.

SB 62 seeks to sustain some law enforcement practices adopted during

Denver youth are making waves, but not in the way people hope. Recent studies show gun violence among youth in Colorado has increased a staggering 160 percent since 2016, according to CBS 4 in Denver.

Advocates in the community are hoping to change the justice system approach to the current gun violence. The goal is to impact juveniles for years to come – and make the community safer for everyone

With so many people buying goods online these days, it’s not surprising to hear stories of identity theft connected to credit card fraud.

Recently, police in Denver investigated an identity theft crime in which a man and woman made multiple purchases at Walmart using another person’s credit card. The suspects are still at large. Crimes like this highlight how easy it is to take someone’s identity and information.

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You’ve likely heard the term “contributing to the delinquency of a minor” on television and in the movies, but it’s not just a fictional buzzword – it’s a real crime with real legal consequences.

When an adult encourages a minor to participate in illegal activities – such as drinking alcohol or taking drugs – they can be charged with this crime. Take the case of a 33-year-old Colorado Springs man.