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Innocent Blacks 12X More Likely to Be Convicted of Drug Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes

Innocent Blacks 12X More Likely to Be Convicted of Drug Crimes

While the country’s attention has shifted in recent months from events like Black Lives Matter protests to major goings-on inside the White House and Congress, the fight to end oppression of black people is not over. The road to equality … Continue reading

White Collar Crimes Make Their Way into the Marijuana Industry

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: White Collar Crimes

White Collar Crimes Make Their Way into the Marijuana Industry

There are a lot of good things that have come from legalizing marijuana in our state. Tax money collected from the marijuana industry has been used for programs around the state. Police have been able to focus their efforts on … Continue reading

Can You Be Arrested At a Protest for Disorderly Conduct?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Disorderly Conduct

Can You Be Arrested At a Protest for Disorderly Conduct?

Protests are a wonderful way to get out in the streets and make your voice heard. Whether you are passionate about reproductive rights, your opinions regarding President Trump’s multiple travel bans, or any other hot-button topic, you have the right … Continue reading

Domestic Violence Education for Colorado Hairdressers?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Education for Colorado Hairdressers?

We all have people in our lives that we don’t know very well, but when we see them, we talk to them about our problems and even trust them in a way we don’t trust people we are close to. … Continue reading

Youth Corrections Officer Arrested for Alleged Assault of Inmate

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

Youth Corrections Officer Arrested for Alleged Assault of Inmate

Serving as a corrections officer in a juvenile detention center has to be a tough job. You need to keep the peace between people who have been put there due to committing a wide variety of crimes, some quite violent. … Continue reading

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