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There are plenty of types of fraud you might be familiar with, but fertility fraud probably isn’t one of them. Not unless you’re connected somehow to the fertility industry, anyway.

These fraudulent acts were borne out of the advancement of fertility treatment decades ago, and on June 30th, the Colorado legislature passed a bill officially making fertility fraud a crime.

So what is it exactly, and how do these charges

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes in the everyday lives of people all over the world, but it’s also inspired some people to break the law…in very odd ways.

People have reported being stopped by police officers in two Colorado cities to check if they were obeying stay-at-home orders. The police impersonators went as far as to ask for the driver’s license, proof of insurance, and car registration.

 

Most people understand that walking out of a store with any merchandise you didn’t pay for is shoplifting. Were you aware, however, there are other ways shoplifting crimes can be committed? A few of them, offenders can even commit unintentionally!

 

This Christmas season, don’t ruin the holiday for yourself or your family by unintentionally shoplifting. Be aware of what shoplifting means and the repercussions this kind of mistake

 

“We’re in love!” “The sex was consensual!” “My partner’s practically an adult!”

 

Every one of these statements could be true, but if one sexual partner is under the age of 17, and the other is not, the older person is left open to charges of statutory rape.

 

Colorado law explicitly says it is illegal to have sex with a minor under 17, even if the victim

 

Tax season is here. Hooray?

 

Even if you have been filing returns for decades, you probably still run into questions or confusion over your taxes, and the pressure of getting everything “right” on your returns doesn’t make the stress any easier. Inconsistencies or mistakes on tax returns can result in an audit, which can lead to penalties and big fines – and even if it doesn’t, you’ll still