FREE CASE REVIEW

Category: Uncategorized


What You Should Know about Colorado’s Statutory Rape Law
Posted By:

post


 
“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 willingly… Continue reading this article

Coloradans Should Know the Difference between Tax Fraud and Negligence
Posted By:

post


 
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… Continue reading this article

The Many Different Ways Colorado Can Charge You with Child Abuse
Posted By:

post


 
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

Why You Need a Colorado Criminal Lawyer Who’s Handled Your Charge
Posted By:

post


 
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

How to Get Your Child’s Record Expunged in Colorado
Posted By:

post


We get it – kids make mistakes. If your child has an arrest or conviction on their record, it does not mean they are a bad kid. They simply made a poor choice and ended up paying the price.
 
But now they have learned their lesson. And they’re ready to get an education or a job and move on: after all, they have their whole life ahead of them.… Continue reading this article