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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Why DUI Arrests in Colorado Increase around the Christmas Season

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI

Why DUI Arrests in Colorado Increase around the Christmas Season

It’s true: you may be more likely to get a DUI charge in Colorado at Christmas compared to other times of the year. There are several reasons for this. Learn more about the common reasons and what to do if … Continue reading

Types of Theft Colorado Police Watch for During the Holidays

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Theft Crimes

Types of Theft Colorado Police Watch for During the Holidays

Most people see the winter holiday season as a time of celebration. Thankfulness. Togetherness. Joy and cheer. For the Denver police and others in local law enforcement, though, it is also a time that brings a huge uptick in the … Continue reading

How Sex Crimes Netted a Colorado Man a 472-Year Sentence

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

How Sex Crimes Netted a Colorado Man a 472-Year Sentence

Recently, a Colorado man received the longest-ever sentence for human trafficking in U.S. history. Brock Franklin, 31, was convicted on 30 violations that fall under Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act, including numerous sex crimes. Several children and women provided testimony … Continue reading

Possessing These Drugs in Colorado Nets You the Most Serious Penalties

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Possession

Possessing These Drugs in Colorado Nets You the Most Serious Penalties

Possession of certain drugs results in tougher sentencing if you are caught with them. This is true in Colorado just like it is elsewhere across the United States. Because of this, we thought it might be useful to break down … Continue reading

How to Beat a Denver Assault Charge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

How to Beat a Denver Assault Charge

Assault is a very serious offense, and can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony in Colorado depending upon the circumstances of the alleged offense. This may carry jail or prison time, as well as hefty fines. Moreover, … Continue reading

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