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Can You Bring Firearms to a Protest? A Review of Colorado Weapons Laws

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Can You Bring Firearms to a Protest? A Review of Colorado Weapons Laws

You have the right to protest and in Colorado, you also have the right to bear arms. But what happens when those two rights collide? Can you bring a firearm to a protest? Recent protests in Denver saw the confiscation … Continue reading

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Experts Predict Crime Rates May Go Up In Denver

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

Experts Predict Crime Rates May Go Up In Denver

The current economic climate is causing experts to predict a variety of things – one of which is crime. The impact of COVID-19 is far-reaching, and Denver police are preparing for an uptick in crime related to the economic downturn. … Continue reading

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Penalized for Peaceful Protests After Curfew in CO? Here’s What to Do

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Curfew Violation | Disorderly Conduct | Protests

Penalized for Peaceful Protests After Curfew in CO? Here’s What to Do

At the end of May, Denver was one of many cities that enacted a curfew due to protests and violence. Your first reaction to a curfew may be to think that you’re no longer a child, so it doesn’t apply … Continue reading

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Seem Like White-Collar Criminals Always Get Off Easy? Not in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | White Collar Crimes

Seem Like White-Collar Criminals Always Get Off Easy? Not in Colorado

White-collar crimes can be some of the most destructive criminal offenses in terms of their cost to society. They are also some of the most under-reported and under-emphasized. It’s estimated that every year in the United States white-collar crime costs … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Hate Crime Statistics Already Had Officials on Edge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Hate Crimes

Colorado’s Hate Crime Statistics Already Had Officials on Edge

As the country seemingly continues to spin out in the wake of a confusing world-wide pandemic in a myriad of ways, Colorado’s recent history with bias-motivated crimes is garnering ever-increasing attention locally. Late last year, in fact, the Denver Post … Continue reading

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Denver Weed Delivery Drivers Beware: Suppliers Say Risk is All Yours

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking | Marijuana Delivery | Marijuana Laws

Denver Weed Delivery Drivers Beware: Suppliers Say Risk is All Yours

In Colorado, marijuana is legal. As of January 2020, medical marijuana delivery also became legal in the state. If you look up marijuana delivery services in the area, you may think the delivery of recreational marijuana is perfectly legal, too. … Continue reading

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Retail Theft: Don’t Let Colorado Mask Orders Tempt You!

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Retail Theft/Shoplifting | Theft Crimes

Retail Theft: Don’t Let Colorado Mask Orders Tempt You!

Around the country, there have been many unintended side effects as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Law enforcement has been reporting everything from increased domestic violence to rising suicide numbers. One other effect the virus seems to be having … Continue reading

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Attempt, Conspiracy, Solicitation Charges: When CO Crimes Didn’t Occur

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Attempt | Conspiracy | Solicitation

Attempt, Conspiracy, Solicitation Charges: When CO Crimes Didn’t Occur

In criminal law, you can be prosecuted for crimes that didn’t ever actually come to fruition. These crimes are called inchoate crimes, meaning that the attempt at the crime was unsuccessful or incomplete. Although the actions in and of themselves … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Sexual Assault and Illegal Sexual Contact in CO

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

The Difference Between Sexual Assault and Illegal Sexual Contact in CO

While there are a number of specific offenses defined within Colorado sex crime laws, two of the most common offenses committed across this state are sexual assault and illegal sexual contact. We want to focus on these two crimes today … Continue reading

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What to Do When Your Ex Calls, But Also Has a CO Protective Order

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Protective Orders

What to Do When Your Ex Calls, But Also Has a CO Protective Order

The Coronavirus pandemic has turned all of our lives up-side-down in one respect or another. This is especially true for Coloradoans currently bound to the court system in some way. For those dealing with a protective order in particular, on … Continue reading

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