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Reasons Breath Test Results Can Be Wrong in Colorado
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Were you recently charged with DUI in Colorado because you failed a breathalyzer test? Don’t panic. You may not realize this, but breathalyzers are notoriously inaccurate. Simply getting a reading that puts you over the legal limit is no guarantee that you will be convicted.
 
In this post, we’ll explain the many reasons that breathalyzers can produce false positives, and how a skilled attorney can defend you against… Continue reading this article

Beat Robbery Charges in Colorado with These Strategies
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If you are facing robbery charges in Colorado, there’s a good chance you’re feeling lost and confused. Maybe even hopeless.
 
Is there any way to fight back? To protect your rights and your good name? To get the charges reduced, dropped, or dismissed?
 
Depending on your specific circumstances, there are many defense strategies that a knowledgeable Colorado robbery attorney may be able to use to help your cause.… Continue reading this article

Is It “Trafficking” If You Receive a Large Amount of Drugs in Colorado?
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Drug trafficking is one of the most confusing legal concepts out there. As most people understand it, trafficking means moving something from one place to another illegally.
 
So why then were six men recently indicted for being involved in a drug trafficking ring after receiving heroin from outside of the state? Wouldn’t they have had to attempt to transport those drugs somewhere else for drug trafficking charges to… Continue reading this article

“Upskirting” Nets Colorado Man Sexual Assault, Invasion of Privacy Charges
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A Denver man was recently charged with 42 counts of sexual assault and invasion of privacy for taking pictures of female coworkers’ intimate areas without their consent, and he’s being held on a $500,000 bond in a Denver jail.
 
He has decided to plead not guilty to all charges. However, authorities have found the images on his computer, and he has admitted that he has a problem. What… Continue reading this article

How to Beat a Colorado Assault Charge
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If you have been charged with assault in Colorado, you need to understand what happens next. In this post, we’ll detail the assault laws and penalties as well as the potential defenses you can use to fight your charges.
 
Laws and Penalties

Assault in the third degree
 
Definition
 
Recklessly or knowingly causing bodily injury to someone
 
Using criminal negligence with a deadly weapon to… Continue reading this article

Slapped with a Colorado Disorderly Conduct Charge? 
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Were you blindsided by a disorderly conduct charge over New Year’s? If you’re like a lot of people, you might be confused about how you got here and what happens next.
 
Below, we’re going to do our best to provide you with some helpful answers. Read on to learn about Colorado disorderly conduct law, the court process, and what defenses you might be able to use to fight your… Continue reading this article

Every Convicted Felon Needs to Understand How POWPO Works
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If you have been convicted of a felony, it’s important to understand the laws on POWPO, or possession of a weapon by a previous offender. In this post, we’ll look at what the law means, what weapons qualify, and what penalties are involved.
 
Defining POWPO
 
There are a lot of laws and regulations regarding the use of firearms and other weapons in Colorado, but one of the… Continue reading this article

Avoid a DUI in Denver over the New Year’s Holiday
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Did you know that 49 percent of people plan to celebrate New Year’s at home this year? Or that 23 percent of people don’t plan to celebrate at all?
 
Those numbers are based on findings from WalletHub, and they might make it seem like the holiday this year is poised to be slower and quieter than normal.
 
Despite this, they still say that around 30 percent of… Continue reading this article

Signing Someone Else’s Ballot is Voter Fraud in Colorado
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Why are we talking about voter fraud right now? Because recently, the former GOP chairman in Colorado was convicted on charges of forgery and voter fraud in the 2016 election.
 
The specific details of this case have touched on an important but often ignored fact: even seemingly small mistakes can qualify as fraud, and a conviction comes with serious consequences.
 
The Fall of Former GOP Chairman Steve… Continue reading this article

Colorado Man Shot in Domestic Dispute – Some Hypothetical Defenses
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Shot in the groin.
 
That’s what police in Colorado Springs say happened to a local man during what they are calling a domestic dispute. Preliminary reports indicated that there were two wounds in his groin area, caused by either one or two bullets (one of wound could be where the bullet exited).  The only thing else release at the time of this writing is that two people were in… Continue reading this article

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