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Sexual Harassment: Does Colorado Consider It a Crime?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment: Does Colorado Consider It a Crime?

While the circus of another presidential election is underway once again, the #MeToo movement continues to inspire conversation and bring forward accusations against predatory men. One candidate is already under fire for his alleged misconduct toward women. Surprisingly, it’s not … Continue reading

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How Do Deferred Judgements Work in Colorado DUI Cases?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DWAI | DWI

How Do Deferred Judgements Work in Colorado DUI Cases?

Operating a motor vehicle in Colorado under the influence of, while impaired from, or with an excessive internal alcoholic content all fall under the umbrella of “Driving Under the Influence,” or DUI. There are a number of penalties in place … Continue reading

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Old Marijuana Convictions: CO Criminal Lawyers Pushing to Erase Them

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing | Marijuana

Old Marijuana Convictions: CO Criminal Lawyers Pushing to Erase Them

Last month, the city of Denver hosted its first free legal clinic designed to help Coloradans with old drug convictions to have their records expunged according to new legislation. In 2017 (three years after Amendment 64 was passed, and one … Continue reading

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Colorado Criminal Charges Related to Prescription Drugs

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Prescription Drug Crimes

Colorado Criminal Charges Related to Prescription Drugs

The abuse of prescription drugs is an emerging epidemic that’s now recognized as a significant threat to public health. The death toll from prescription drug abuse is huge, and even includes a number of celebrities, like Prince, Tom Petty, and … Continue reading

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Did Your Colorado Teen Get a MIP Charge on St. Paddy’s Day?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DWI | Minor in Possession

Did Your Colorado Teen Get a MIP Charge on St. Paddy’s Day?

As a parent, St. Paddy’s Day doesn’t necessarily bring the same excitement that it used to. Teens and college kids throughout the country use the day as an excuse to wear green, drink loads of beer, and try to feel … Continue reading

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Follow These Terms to Avoid Violating Your Colorado Probation

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Probation Violations

Follow These Terms to Avoid Violating Your Colorado Probation

Judges will often commute a prison sentence to probation, especially for first-time and/or low-level offenders. Under probation, your prison sentence is suspended and you are allowed to remain in the community. However, although probation is clearly preferable to incarceration, it … Continue reading

What Is a “Felony Theft Threshold,” and Does Colorado Have One?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Felonies | Theft Crimes

What Is a “Felony Theft Threshold,” and Does Colorado Have One?

When someone is arrested for theft in Colorado, the charge can be classified as a petty theft, a misdemeanor, or a felony. What determines the seriousness of the charge? In most cases it’s pretty simple: the value of the items … Continue reading

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What Factors Make Colorado Domestic Violence “Aggravated”?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

What Factors Make Colorado Domestic Violence “Aggravated”?

Domestic violence charges in Colorado hold an interesting position under the laws as written. Although the acts that constitute domestic violence come with a number of civil and criminal consequences – many of them quite far-reaching – technically, there is … Continue reading

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Sexual Assault: What Does Colorado Consider “Aggravating Factors”?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault: What Does Colorado Consider “Aggravating Factors”?

In December of 2018, Colorado Springs police arrested a 67-year-old man on charges of aggravated sexual assault on a child, sexual assault on a child under 15 by a person in a position of trust, and other child pornography charges. … Continue reading

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Charged with Drunk Driving Again: Second Offenses in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DUID | DWAI

Charged with Drunk Driving Again: Second Offenses in Colorado

Everyone deserves a second chance after a DUI. After all, your first DUI may have been a simple mistake. People are less forgiving, however, after a second DUI arrest. If you thought you had to fight hard after your first … Continue reading

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