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Denver Releases Crime Report: Assault Up 23 Percent in 2020

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Assault

Denver Releases Crime Report: Assault Up 23 Percent in 2020

The year 2020 has been a long one already. Violence has all but dominated the news cycle in one way or another. It’s not just the news media covering negativity, though. According to Denver’s most recent crime report, assault is … Continue reading

Mess with Your CO Neighbor’s Political Sign, Risk Your Chance to Vote

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Category: Criminal Mischief | Criminal Tampering | Property Crimes | Trespassing

Mess with Your CO Neighbor’s Political Sign, Risk Your Chance to Vote

Right now, it’s hard to miss that it’s election season. Political signs are everywhere and in such a highly polarized political climate, the urge to do something to your neighbor’s political sign can feel overwhelming. Take a deep breath! While … Continue reading

Colorado Says Driving a Vehicle Signals Express Consent

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drunk Driving | DUI | DUI Per Se | DUID | DWAI | Express Consent

Colorado Says Driving a Vehicle Signals Express Consent

Colorado DUI charges are serious business. These charges can lead to severe penalties such as a suspended license, fines and fees, and even jail time. You may even lose your driving privileges altogether. It’s crucial to understand how DUI laws … Continue reading

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Common Defenses Against Patronizing a Prostitute Charges in CO

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Category: Prostitution | Solicitation

Common Defenses Against Patronizing a Prostitute Charges in CO

There are many types of crimes prosecuted in Colorado, from violent to non-violent. One type of non-violent crime that can lead to charges is called a morality crime. Morality crimes include such acts as patronizing a prostitute and incidents of … Continue reading

Colorado Defelonized Drug Possession, Not Drug Trafficking

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Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Possession

Colorado Defelonized Drug Possession, Not Drug Trafficking

Being accused of a drug crime is a scary thing and is often confusing to boot. The laws surrounding drug possession and drug trafficking are complicated. Being found in possession of a substance, especially in Colorado, may not lead to … Continue reading

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Colorado Law Says Even Consensual Sex Is Illegal Sometimes

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Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

Colorado Law Says Even Consensual Sex Is Illegal Sometimes

When Colorado authorities uncovered a relationship between a 34-year-old man and a 14-year-old girl, they charged him with child molestation. Even though the relationship was reportedly consensual, it has been considered a felony offense. This is because in Colorado to … Continue reading

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What Happens When You Steal from a Colorado Hotel?

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Category: Theft Crimes

What Happens When You Steal from a Colorado Hotel?

Taking a couple of towels or a pillow from a hotel room may not seem to be a big deal. While it’s true that hotels build losses due to theft into their annual budgets, it’s still a crime to take … Continue reading

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CO Businesses Must Report Even When You Didn’t Collect Sales Tax

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | Tax Fraud

CO Businesses Must Report Even When You Didn’t Collect Sales Tax

Across Colorado, it’s been reported that retail sales are down by 15 percent due to COVID-19. Due to the pandemic, many businesses are closed temporarily while others have gone out of business. Still, if you’re a small business owner in … Continue reading

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I Paid My Colorado Ticket! Do I Still Have to Go to Court?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Traffic Violations

I Paid My Colorado Ticket! Do I Still Have to Go to Court?

In Colorado, Municipal or city courts handle offenses involving city laws that occur within the city. Typically, municipal courts handle minor offenses like traffic infringements, dog leash-law infractions, littering, abandoned vehicles, and noise violations. Have you received a ticket or … Continue reading

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What Makes a Crime a “Hate Crime” In Colorado?

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Category: Hate Crimes

What Makes a Crime a “Hate Crime” In Colorado?

Crimes are committed every day for a variety of reasons, but there is a special category of crimes called hate crimes that are classified as being motivated by specific personal biases and can have serious repercussions for the accused. In … Continue reading

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