Tips to Avoid CO Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence is a serious problem, no one disputes that. However, situations arise when people are wrongly accused of domestic violence or even have allegations used against them for someone else to gain an advantage over them.

False allegations of domestic violence are terrible, but they do happen. That’s why it’s vital to understand the domestic violence laws in Colorado and what you can do to avoid being falsely accused of domestic violence in the state.

Here’s what you need [...]

CO Marijuana Laws: What You Should Know

Colorado has led the nation in the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana. Since 2012, marijuana has been legal in the state for those over 21 years of age to enjoy responsibly. Even though a decade has passed since legalization, it’s still not uncommon to run into Coloradans who aren’t sure what is and isn’t legal.

It’s vital to understand the rules and regulations regarding marijuana in the state to help keep yourself out of trouble with the law. Make no [...]

Is CO Child Abuse Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is an issue in Colorado, as it is in many other places. However, Colorado treats domestic violence crimes differently than you may find in other places. Since the state considers it not an independent crime, it is considered an aggravator of another crime.

It’s unfortunate that you cannot discuss domestic violence in the state without discussing child abuse. The two are linked since domestic violence is an issue that impacts the whole family unit. If there is violence [...]

Tanning Nude: Is It Indecent Exposure in CO?

It’s summer, which means many people are chasing that sun-kissed look. If you’re one of them and decide it’s time for a little nude sunbathing in your backyard, is it a crime?

You may hit the tanning bed or use some bronzer to get that glow, but the old-fashioned way is free. Doing it nude is one way to ensure you don’t have to worry about tan lines. However, you may have to worry about something else: Whether or not [...]

DUI with a Gun in the Car: What’s Next?

No one wants to get pulled over by the police when driving, but several things can turn a routine traffic stop into a serious incident – including driving while intoxicated.

However, if the police observe you driving under the influence in Colorado and you have a firearm in the car, things can get much more complicated.

If you’re a firearm owner, it’s vital to understand what the law says about keeping a firearm in your vehicle. There are possible consequences [...]