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As Violent Crimes Increase, Denver Commits to Crack Down

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Violent Crimes

As Violent Crimes Increase, Denver Commits to Crack Down

According to news reports, 2019 was a deadly year for many in Colorado. In fact, 63 people were killed by homicide in Denver last year, the most since 2004. As violent crimes in Denver increase, so do the penalties for … Continue reading

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CO Stepmom Accused of Murder, Opts for Extradition Over Fed Involvement

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Extradition

CO Stepmom Accused of Murder, Opts for Extradition Over Fed Involvement

At the beginning of March, a woman sat shackled in an orange jumpsuit in a Myrtle Beach courtroom. She is wanted for the murder of her 11-year-old stepson in Colorado but was arrested in Florida. Can she be tried in … Continue reading

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The Difference Age Makes in a Colorado Assault Case

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

The Difference Age Makes in a Colorado Assault Case

A Morgan County man is currently in police custody facing first-degree assault charges for allegedly assaulting a 76-year-old man. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a medical emergency on February 14, but at the scene, officers quickly realized that … Continue reading

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Colorado Spring Break: More Tourists Equal More Cops

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

Colorado Spring Break: More Tourists Equal More Cops

It’s nearly spring, and for plenty of college students, that means it’s time for spring break. Colorado is a popular spring break destination for many students, and tourism picks up quite a bit during this season. More people means more … Continue reading

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Video, Witnesses, Recorded BAC of 0.43? Still No DUI Charge for CO Cop

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DWI

Video, Witnesses, Recorded BAC of 0.43? Still No DUI Charge for CO Cop

In Colorado, the law is strict regarding following proper procedures. That’s how one Colorado cop recently avoided a conviction for drunk driving despite a wide variety of evidence. The evidence existed, sure – including a BAC reading 5 times the … Continue reading

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CO Deputy Has Been Fighting I-70 Drug Trafficking for Over 20 Years

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Possession | Drug Trafficking

CO Deputy Has Been Fighting I-70 Drug Trafficking for Over 20 Years

Drug trafficking is a battle that Colorado has been fighting for decades. One of the most valuable weapons the state has against drug trafficking? It is actually a person. One particular Colorado deputy has made drug busts along the I-70 … Continue reading

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When Invasion of Privacy Is a Criminal Matter in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Invasion of Privacy

When Invasion of Privacy Is a Criminal Matter in Colorado

It’s easy to take a sense of privacy for granted. In general, it’s expected that certain matters remain private, whether you’re in your own home, a doctor’s office, or simply a private space. However, some things you’d prefer to remain … Continue reading

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CO Man Gets 5 Years for Child Sex Crime… But It Could Have Been More

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes

CO Man Gets 5 Years for Child Sex Crime… But It Could Have Been More

In January 2020, the Colorado Springs court sentenced a 40-year-old man to five years in prison for sexual exploitation of a child. Police arrested him in September 2019 and charged him with possessing child pornography and failing to register email … Continue reading

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That Tiny Custody Order Violation Could Land You a Felony Charge in CO

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Child Custody

That Tiny Custody Order Violation Could Land You a Felony Charge in CO

Child custody rules can be a pain in the neck. Before your divorce, you didn’t have to bring your child home at a certain hour or legally hold off from making certain decisions. If you “broke the rules,” you might … Continue reading

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When to Consider a CO Defense Attorney for Your Municipal Court Crime

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Municipal Court

When to Consider a CO Defense Attorney for Your Municipal Court Crime

If you’ve ever faced confusion when it comes to Colorado courts, you’re not alone – the system can be fairly complex. There are many layers and divisions and many don’t have a clear understanding of exactly how they work. For … Continue reading

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