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Epstein May Be Dead, but Sex Trafficking Is Alive and Well in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sex Trafficking

Epstein May Be Dead, but Sex Trafficking Is Alive and Well in Colorado

While awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges, millionaire financier Jefferey Epstein is believed to have committed suicide in his jail cell at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10. Epstein, aged 66, had been incarcerated since early July  when he … Continue reading

Defense Strategies Coloradans Can Use to Fight Probation Violations

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Category: Probation Violations

Defense Strategies Coloradans Can Use to Fight Probation Violations

  Probation programs provide an extremely valuable opportunity that may allow you to serve all or part of your sentence outside of prison. However, Colorado probation programs have strict requirements, and any violations will not be tolerated. If you’re found … Continue reading

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DUI in Colorado: What are the Most Frequently Asked Questions?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DWI

DUI in Colorado: What are the Most Frequently Asked Questions?

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, you probably have many questions on your mind. This is understandable — getting caught driving under the influence, even for first-time offenders, can yield significant consequences. Colorado is actually one of the toughest … Continue reading

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Don’t Let a Colorado Drug Charge Derail Your Education

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Category: Uncategorized

Don’t Let a Colorado Drug Charge Derail Your Education

Senior year of high school is an exciting time for most Colorado students. One chapter is closing, and another chapter is opening…but where will that next chapter take place? University of Colorado? A private college across the country? Students without … Continue reading

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Protective Orders, Restraining Orders – What’s the Difference in CO?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Restraining Orders

Protective Orders, Restraining Orders – What’s the Difference in CO?

This question has a simple answer. There is no difference in Colorado. Protective orders, also commonly referred to as restraining orders, are intended to stop one person from harming another. It’s also referred to as a protection order. Therefore, we … Continue reading

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How Will a Colorado Juvenile Conviction Affect College Admission?

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Category: Juvenile Crimes

How Will a Colorado Juvenile Conviction Affect College Admission?

Teens are infamous for their lapses in judgment. In fact, it’s well-known that the teenage brain isn’t fully mature, and that teens lack the decision-making capacity of adults. To mitigate damages of poor decisions early on, juvenile criminal records are … Continue reading

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Do Colorado Theft Crimes Have a Statute of Limitations?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Statute of Limitation | Theft Crimes

Do Colorado Theft Crimes Have a Statute of Limitations?

The short answer to this question: yes. Every  criminal offense on the books has a corresponding statute of limitations. That is — there is a limit to how long prosecutors have to file charges against someone they believe has committed … Continue reading

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Is It True That Colorado Domestic Violence Increases in the Summer?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Is It True That Colorado Domestic Violence Increases in the Summer?

Summer is supposed to be the best time of year, but it turns out that this season can bring out the worst in some people. Colorado sees an uptick in violent crimes over the summer months each year — especially … Continue reading

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Colorado Expungement and Record Sealing: FAQs

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Expungement / Criminal Record Sealing

Colorado Expungement and Record Sealing: FAQs

One of the most severe consequences of a run-in with the law follows you long after your sentence is complete: living with a criminal record. A criminal record is not only embarrassing, but also compromises many aspects of your life, … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Internet Luring Charges in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Internet Crimes | Internet Luring of Child | Sex Crimes

Your Guide to Internet Luring Charges in Colorado

Members of the Cherry Creek School District have read unsettling headlines in the past few weeks. A bus driver in the community was charged with internet luring of a child. The man is currently on administrative leave. An undercover officer … Continue reading

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