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What It’s Like to Be on the Sex Offender Registry in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Offender Registry

What It’s Like to Be on the Sex Offender Registry in Colorado

The justice system is founded on the premise of rehabilitating offenders. Individuals are sentenced to punishments deemed to fit the crime. Once a sentence is carried out, offenders are said to have paid their dues. Yet there are some crimes … Continue reading

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What Makes an Assault “Aggravated” in Colorado?

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Category: Assault

What Makes an Assault “Aggravated” in Colorado?

Every day, there are many instances of assaults taking place across our state. Some of these assaults are more serious than others, and the law has been formulated with this in mind. Commit a more serious assault and you will … Continue reading

Working With a Lawyer to Seal Your Colorado Criminal Record Helps

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing

Working With a Lawyer to Seal Your Colorado Criminal Record Helps

 Whether you are convicted, charged, or even just arrested, you will get a criminal record. This criminal record will follow you wherever you go, making it difficult to get a job, rent an apartment, or do anything that requires a … Continue reading

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Why So Many Coloradans Get Busted for DUIs on Halloween

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DUID | DWAI | DWI

Why So Many Coloradans Get Busted for DUIs on Halloween

You’re never too old for Halloween. Every year, thousands of adults join in on the Halloween spirit by dressing up and attending parties. The key difference to many adult celebrations, however, is the inclusion of alcohol. Although these festivities are … Continue reading

You’ve Been Falsely Accused of Shoplifting in Colorado – What Now?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Retail Theft | Shoplifting

You’ve Been Falsely Accused of Shoplifting in Colorado – What Now?

Shoplifting is a crime that has been occurring since people started selling things. There are many examples of how shoplifting can occur, including taking goods from a retail store, walking out of a restaurant, or using a service without paying … Continue reading

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What Colorado Business Owners Need to Understand about Corporate Fraud

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Corporate fraud | Fraud

What Colorado Business Owners Need to Understand about Corporate Fraud

Running a business is hard work. In addition to dealing with hiring and firing, managing employee personalities, promoting your product, and making a profit, you have to make sure you stay on the right side of the law. Not only … Continue reading

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A CO Drug Trafficking Conviction Means a Minimum Mandatory Sentence

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

A CO Drug Trafficking Conviction Means a Minimum Mandatory Sentence

Earlier this year, a 40-year-old man’s overdose in Fort Collins drew state authority attention to a Colorado drug trafficking ring. The overdose became a catalyst in authorities from the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force embarking on an investigation – Operation … Continue reading

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Yes, Colorado Domestic Violence Can Be Charged at the Federal Level

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Abuse | Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

Yes, Colorado Domestic Violence Can Be Charged at the Federal Level

We have encountered a lot of confusion surrounding domestic violence among clients in Colorado. So we decided to tackle some of the most common questions we encounter: I’m not with the victim anymore; Why am I being charged with domestic … Continue reading

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Can Colorado Computer Crimes Become Capital Offenses? Sometimes…

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Capital Crimes | Computer Crimes

Can Colorado Computer Crimes Become Capital Offenses? Sometimes…

We use computers for just about everything, so it should come as no surprise they are increasingly being used to commit crimes, collectively referred to as computer crimes. While computer crimes are a relatively new phenomenon, they are constantly evolving … Continue reading

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When Law Enforcement Says Your Colorado Assault Was Due to Bias

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault | Hate Crimes

When Law Enforcement Says Your Colorado Assault Was Due to Bias

We can all admit that tensions in our country are high right now. No matter who you voted for or what you look like, it’s hard to turn a blind eye to the rising levels of violence through both large-scale … Continue reading

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