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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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CO White Collar Crimes: Why Defending against Them Is Different

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: White Collar Crimes

CO White Collar Crimes: Why Defending against Them Is Different

White collar crimes are serious offenses that are often prosecuted federally. If convicted, you could face serious criminal consequences, such as substantial fines and lengthy prison sentences, together with seizure of assets and other civil actions. The term “white collar … Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know about Colorado Credit Card Fraud

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Credit Card Fraud | Fraud

Everything You Need to Know about Colorado Credit Card Fraud

Have you been accused of committing credit card fraud in Colorado? In this post, we’re going to explain how the law works for this white collar crime, and what you can do to fight back against your charges. Colorado Credit … Continue reading

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Drug Trafficking in Colorado: State or Federal Charge?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking

Drug Trafficking in Colorado: State or Federal Charge?

In the context of illegal drugs, “trafficking” refers to the act of moving large quantities of drugs for distribution, often involving multiple states and/or international transactions. Generally speaking, drug trafficking crimes are covered by both federal and state law. While … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Colorado Criminal Record?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing

Do You Have a Colorado Criminal Record?

If you are seeking employment, a new apartment or home, or if you need to get a loan, there’s a very high likelihood that the people in charge of deciding whether or not you’ll get what you want are going … Continue reading

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Do False Allegations of Domestic Violence Really Happen in Colorado?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Domestic Violence

Do False Allegations of Domestic Violence Really Happen in Colorado?

A recent report from the United Nations said that the most dangerous place for women to be was their homes – largely due to domestic partner violence. This doesn’t just apply to faraway countries, either. According to reports, one in … Continue reading

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What Makes Colorado Minors More Likely to Commit Crimes?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Juvenile Crimes

What Makes Colorado Minors More Likely to Commit Crimes?

“He was a good kid. I don’t know what happened.” “She just started acting out.” “I always knew this was coming.” These are the kinds of things you hear from parents, teachers, and others when minors get charged with crimes. … Continue reading

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