Category: Theft

Being accused of a crime you didn’t commit can be an incredibly distressing and confusing experience. One such accusation that can have serious consequences is false theft allegations. In Colorado, as in any jurisdiction, being wrongly accused of theft can have a lasting impact on your reputation, personal life, and even your future opportunities. If you find yourself facing false theft accusations in Colorado, here’s what you need to know

Many people regard taking property that is not yours as theft, but the truth is that how something gets stolen makes a difference in the eyes of the law. That’s why Colorado law differentiates between burglary, robbery, and theft – because stealing is simply the underlying action these distinct crimes have in common.

The charges of burglary depend on the severity of the crime. The charges rely primarily on what

The holidays are right around the corner, and while that may mean celebrations and cookie baking for many, it also means increased theft in Colorado.

Each December, the crime of theft increases more than any other month of the year. That’s no surprise due to the financial hardship that many experience this time of the year which seems to be one of the biggest reasons for the uptick in theft

Theft is a crime taken very seriously in Colorado, but how it is penalized can vary depending on the value of what was taken. That’s why theft isn’t simply a serious issue in Colorado – it’s also one that many people don’t fully understand when their freedom is on the line.

The circumstances surrounding a theft case will directly inform the penalties if the perpetrator is found guilty. These penalties

Over the last few years, home delivery of packages has become quite common – as have “porch pirates,” the people who steal these packages from the porches of unsuspecting people.

Colorado has a porch pirate problem, something of which law enforcement is fully aware. They’re taking measures to crack down on it. Police all over Colorado are advising residents to be on the lookout for porch pirates – and how