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The Many Different Ways Colorado Can Charge You with Child Abuse
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Child abuse is taken seriously in here in Colorado, and because of that a child abuse allegation could be incredibly detrimental to your life.
 
When most people think about child abuse, the first thing that comes to mind is usually physical abuse, but child abuse can include other types of abuse as well. The four main types of child abuse are:
 

Physical abuse: hitting, beating, pushing, kicking,… Continue reading this article

What It Means in Colorado to Get a Drug Trafficking Charge
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On August 3, a father and son were arrested on drug trafficking charges in Pueblo. Their case is a good example of how our state levies drug trafficking charges and what you can expect if you find yourself charged.
 
Let’s take a look.
 
Investigating an Alleged Father and Son Drug Trafficking Team
 
The authorities worked with a confidential source for months to monitor the trafficking activity of… Continue reading this article

What You Need to Know about Colorado Internet Luring Charges
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In today’s day and age, more and more people – including young children – use the internet, social media, and smartphones to stay connected. With that, we also have more and more people attempting to lure those children into inappropriate situations.
 
Brian Vasquez, a 34-year-old middle school teacher from Arapahoe County, is currently facing 31 felony charges “relating to his alleged physical abuse of and exchanging nude photos… Continue reading this article

Did You Know Colorado Now Requires Jail Time for Felony DUIs?
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On Wednesday, August 9, a number of new Colorado laws went into effect, including but not limited to:
 

HB17-1179, which allows someone to break into a locked car to free a distressed child or animal.
HB17-1266, which allows people who were convicted of marijuana possession or use prior to legalization to pay to have their criminal records sealed.
SB17-008, which legalizes the possession of gravity knives and switchblade… Continue reading this article

New Colorado Domestic Violence Law Can Stop You from Getting Bail
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Our state takes domestic violence seriously, and a new law that has recently gone into effect shows just how serious Colorado is when it comes to domestic violence charges.
 
As of Wednesday, August 9, the No Bail for Stalking and Domestic Violence Offenders Act says bail will be denied to anyone convicted of habitual domestic violence or felony stalking in order to protect the alleged victims. Instead… Continue reading this article

Why You Need a Colorado Criminal Lawyer Who’s Handled Your Charge
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When you need to hire a criminal defense attorney, you want to hire the best lawyer to get the best results.
 
Who, then, will be the best attorney for you and your case?
 
There are many things to look for when hiring a lawyer. You want to make sure your attorney:
 

Is in good standing with the Colorado State Bar.
Has time to devote to your… Continue reading this article

Black Market Marijuana Leads DA to Call It “Gateway Drug to Homicide”
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Back in February, Jeff Sessions stated that there was “more violence” around marijuana.
He’s not the first politician or member of law enforcement to make these types of claims, and numerous others have followed suit. Just a few weeks ago, District Attorney Dan May argued that marijuana was “the gateway drug to homicide in our community and across our state.”
 
Out of context, his comment sounds pretty ridiculous,… Continue reading this article

Charges Associated with White Collar Crimes in Colorado
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What do Charles Ponzi, Bernie Madoff, and Jordan Belfort – the man whom the film The Wolf of Wall Street is based on – all have in common?
 
They were all convicted of white collar crimes.
 
Ponzi served numerous years in prison in both Canada and the United States. Belfort served 22 months of a 4-year sentence and was also ordered to pay $110 million in restitution.… Continue reading this article

What Does It Mean That Motor Vehicle Theft Crimes Are on the Rise?
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Crime is on the rise here in our state.
 
In a single year – from 2015 to 2016 – the overall crime rate went up 5.5% according to a recent report released by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
 
Homicides went up 9.9%. Rapes went up 7.2%. Aggravated assaults went up 8.3%. Robberies went up 5.9%. Larceny – more commonly known as theft – went up 4.3%. The… Continue reading this article

Were You Caught in Colorado’s 4th of July DUI Crackdown? What to Do
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Since July 4th is one of the most dangerous driving holidays in Colorado, officials were particularly vigilant over the holiday this year, cracking down on DUI suspects with additional patrols and checkpoints.
 
In Denver, police conducted two checkpoints, making contact with over 1,000 people and arresting seven people for DUIs. They do it because of stories like this one. A single man from Utah caused injuries to five… Continue reading this article

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