Free Case Eval

Monthly Archives: September 2015

Colorado One of the Strictest States on DUI and Driving Offenses

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | Traffic Violations

Colorado One of the Strictest States on DUI and Driving Offenses

If you’ve ever gotten pulled over in our state for speeding or reckless driving, this probably won’t come as any surprise: But while many out there may have believed this to be true for years, now there is proof. A … Continue reading

Are Penalties for Drug Crimes Too Harsh?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes

Are Penalties for Drug Crimes Too Harsh?

Few would argue that the penalties for drug crimes in the US are anything but incredibly harsh. Under current Colorado and federal laws, the punishment for possessing even small amounts of illegal drugs may include prison time, staggering fines, and … Continue reading

Guide to the Many Different Classifications of Theft in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Shoplifting | Theft Crimes

Guide to the Many Different Classifications of Theft in Colorado

Shoplifting. Fuel piracy. Theft by resale of a lift ticket. These are all activities that may constitute theft crimes under Colorado law. But while theft crimes may take many different forms in Colorado, all theft crimes typically involve knowingly taking … Continue reading

Why Do People Commit Domestic Violence Crimes?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Why Do People Commit Domestic Violence Crimes?

Domestic violence is a crime that occurs behind closed doors—both the closed doors of a shared dwelling and the closed doors of the domestic abuser’s mind. The psychology of a domestic abuser is different from other violent criminals.  Often the … Continue reading

10 Colorado Counties with the Most Violent Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Violent Crimes

10 Colorado Counties with the Most Violent Crimes

Colorado has its share of violent crimes, and some counties see quite a bit more than others. Not surprisingly, law enforcement officials tend to police “known” violent areas more closely. But how do you know where the most violence occurs … Continue reading

Free Case Evaluation

Tell us about your case in the form below

<