Posted by: Kimberly Diego

Parenting is tough. There are so many ways that parents question themselves when it comes to raising their kids. Sometimes the matter is far more complicated than it may seem.

When abuse enters the picture, then the justice system in Colorado will get involved. When that happens, parents can face many consequences – including losing their kids.

Still, child abuse isn’t as cut and dried as one may think, since

Often, people are confused about the difference between certain types of crimes because they sound so similar. Two of those crimes are sexual assault and unlawful sexual conduct.

Sexual assault is a crime that many people are aware of and there are seemingly consistent legislative updates surrounding this type of crime, but unlawful sexual conduct doesn’t get as much discussion. That is, until recently.

In the summer of 2020, the

Identity theft doesn’t simply happen in one way. In fact, there are at least a dozen different offenses that are classified as identity theft in Colorado. That includes unemployment fraud – something Colorado is taking extra steps to prevent as many people file unemployment claims.

Following a rash of false unemployment claims, the Colorado Department of Labor has instituted a new ID verification system. It is designed to combat the

The U.S. economy hasn’t been as stable as many of us are used to. In fact, unemployment claim filings have remained high for nearly a year.

If you are part of the 6 percent of Coloradoans still struggling to find employment, tapping into resources a bit more than legally allowed may have crossed your mind.

If so, you certainly aren’t the only one. Colorado has reported a spike in unemployment

When most Coloradoans think of crimes associated with cannabis, their first thought is illegal possession and drug trafficking.

Those aren’t the only crimes that can be connected with drugs, though. Times are changing, and white-collar crime has expanded to include weed schemes as well.

Recently, a Colorado man was found guilty of marijuana fraud. He had been found guilty of racketeering and securities fraud, among other crimes, related to marijuana.