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A Criminal Record Can Destroy Your Life — Can You Get Yours Sealed?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing

A Criminal Record Can Destroy Your Life — Can You Get Yours Sealed?

Do you want your criminal record to follow you around for the rest of your life? Be accessed by the public? Ruin your chances of a normal professional and personal life? If your answer to these questions is no, then … Continue reading

Defenses You Can Use to Fight Colorado Drug Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

Defenses You Can Use to Fight Colorado Drug Charges

If you are facing drug charges in Colorado, you have several options when putting together your defense. Which strategy to use will depend upon the facts of your specific situation – something a knowledgeable criminal lawyer will be able to … Continue reading

Colorado Police Release Video on How to Be a “Good Witness”

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Witness

Colorado Police Release Video on How to Be a “Good Witness”

A good witness can make or break a criminal case. Witnesses can bring charges against someone, and can even be the key to a conviction. Death sentences have been overturned because a witness recanted their testimony. Therein lies the problem. … Continue reading

Colorado Is Giving Away Breathalyzers — Why?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DUID | DWAI

Colorado Is Giving Away Breathalyzers — Why?

Have you ever wondered what your blood alcohol content (BAC) is before getting behind the wheel? There are numerous breathalyzers on the market that are available to consumers for their own personal use. Right now, however, you may not even … Continue reading

What Colorado Domestic Violence Charges Mean for Child Custody

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

What Colorado Domestic Violence Charges Mean for Child Custody

Whether you are already divorced or currently going through a divorce, if you have kids, one of your top priorities is always going to be spending quality time with your children. There are certain things, however, that can affect a … Continue reading

How to Get Off of Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

How to Get Off of Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry

In our state, if you’re convicted of a sexual offense, you are required to register as a sex offender for five, 10, or 20 years – up to life. What happens, however, when you’ve completed your registration period? Your first … Continue reading

8 Common Defenses against Colorado Property Crime Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Arson | Burglary | Property Crimes | Robbery

8 Common Defenses against Colorado Property Crime Charges

Property crimes involve the theft, destruction or unlawful entrance into the property of another. In Colorado, there are many criminal offenses that fall under this category. Some of the most commonly charged property crimes include arson, burglary, and robbery. If … Continue reading

What to Know about Expunging Juvenile Records in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing | Juvenile Crimes

What to Know about Expunging Juvenile Records in Colorado

Everyone makes mistakes. Especially when we’re young, figuring out who we are and learning about the world. What no one wants is the mistakes of their wayward youth to follow them around when they become adults. That’s why a bill … Continue reading

What Changes to Colorado’s Asset Forfeiture Laws Mean for You

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Asset Forfeiture

What Changes to Colorado’s Asset Forfeiture Laws Mean for You

Imagine this scenario: you’re driving to your Rocky Mountain vacation destination and a police officer pulls you over for a broken taillight. During the stop, the officer decides he has reason to search your vehicle and he finds an envelope … Continue reading

Shoplifting: A “Minor” Crime That Can Easily Become a Major One

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Shoplifting | Theft Crimes

Shoplifting: A “Minor” Crime That Can Easily Become a Major One

A teen girl shoving lipstick into her purse. A man trying on clothes and wearing them as he walks out of the store without paying. A kid taking a toy because he really wanted it. Or maybe a celebrity stealing … Continue reading

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