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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Sexting: A Guide to Protecting Your Children

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Juvenile Crimes | Sex Crimes | Sexting

Sexting: A Guide to Protecting Your Children

The law often lags far behind new technology—sometimes with disastrous results. One huge example of this is the rise of sexting among teens. Until the law is modified, minors can find themselves facing child pornography charges for sharing explicit photos … Continue reading

When to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Uncategorized

When to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal defense attorneys utilize years of experience and education to help defend clients who have been arrested on a criminal charge. Still, if you’ve been recently arrested for a crime, you may be wondering if you truly need to hire … Continue reading

A Guide to DUID Charges in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drugged Driving | DUI | DUID

A Guide to DUID Charges in Colorado

DUID is short for “driving under the influence of drugs.” Regardless of legalization laws, it is still a crime to operate a car under the influence of marijuana or any other drug that effects your ability to drive. This can … Continue reading

Understanding Colorado’s Identity Theft Laws

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Identity Theft

Understanding Colorado’s Identity Theft Laws

Identity theft is a growing problem as more and more information is transmitted through digital technology. In 2014, there was a new identity fraud victim every 2 seconds. In other words, in the time it took you to read this … Continue reading

How Will A Domestic Violence Charge Affect Your Gun Rights?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence | Gun Crimes | Protective Orders

How Will A Domestic Violence Charge Affect Your Gun Rights?

Though many people are aware that federal law restricts felons from owning firearms, they may not be aware that Colorado also restricts the gun rights of individuals convicted of domestic violence crimes—even if the offense was a misdemeanor. In 2013, … Continue reading

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