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Drug-Free Zones: What Coloradans Need to Know

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes

Drug-Free Zones: What Coloradans Need to Know

Drug-free zone laws are a longstanding sentencing policy intended to increase criminal penalties for drug crimes committed near places where children are likely to be present. For example, near schools and parks. The first drug-free zone laws took effect in … Continue reading

What Happens in Colorado If You Crash While Drinking?

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Category: DUI | DUID | DWAI

What Happens in Colorado If You Crash While Drinking?

If you cause an accident while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you face not only a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charge, but also other serious criminal charges that could be punishable by lengthy incarceration and driver’s license … Continue reading

With College Sex Crimes Up, What Do Colorado Universities Watch For?

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Category: Sex Crimes

With College Sex Crimes Up, What Do Colorado Universities Watch For?

Generally speaking, the overall crime rate on college campus has dropped substantially — except for one important area. Reports of sex crimes increased by an astounding 205% between 2001 and 2015. This probably sounds terrifying – and it should. However, … Continue reading

Study: Legal Weed Lets Colorado Police Focus on Property Crime Arrests

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Arson | Burglary | Criminal Mischief | Property Crimes | Robbery | Theft Crimes | Trespassing

Study: Legal Weed Lets Colorado Police Focus on Property Crime Arrests

See if this sounds familiar: “If cops don’t have to worry about arresting people for marijuana, they can pay attention to crimes that actually matter.” Most of us have heard numerous variations of this argument over the years, but until … Continue reading

What You Need to Know about CBD Oil in Colorado

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Category: CBD Oil

What You Need to Know about CBD Oil in Colorado

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has recently gained popularity nationwide due to reported therapeutic effects for both common ailments and severe illness. CBD is not psychoactive and does not get users “high,” so many Americans have embraced it. Despite these benefits, CBD … Continue reading

Don’t Expect DV Policies of New Denver PD Chief to Help with Charges

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Category: Domestic Violence

Don’t Expect DV Policies of New Denver PD Chief to Help with Charges

The Denver police have a new chief, and he has already promised to use a new approach to tackle domestic violence cases in Colorado. What might this mean for those charged? Probably not a whole lot. Below, we’re going to … Continue reading

Is It a Crime to Accidentally Bring a Gun into a Colorado Airport?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Is It a Crime to Accidentally Bring a Gun into a Colorado Airport?

Common sense dictates that bringing a loaded gun into an airport on your person is not a good plan – and indeed, it is illegal. However, what if you are otherwise carrying a gun legally, and accidentally bring it into … Continue reading

Sharp Increase in Colorado Springs Burglaries May Mean More Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Burglary | Theft Crimes

Sharp Increase in Colorado Springs Burglaries May Mean More Charges

A Colorado Springs man recently arrived home to find his home being burglarized. When he confronted the burglar, the burglar pulled a firearm on the homeowner and pointed it at him as he ran away. That wasn’t the end, though. … Continue reading

If Someone Gets Hurt in Your Colorado Auto Theft, You Pay the Price

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Auto Theft | Theft Crimes

If Someone Gets Hurt in Your Colorado Auto Theft, You Pay the Price

Two car thieves could face increased charges for allegedly injuring a man who tried to stop them in the act.  What happened? A man was sitting outside his home in the Colorado Springs area when two individuals allegedly entered his … Continue reading

Attending a 4th of July BBQ? How Coloradans Can Avoid Getting a DUI

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | July 4th

Attending a 4th of July BBQ? How Coloradans Can Avoid Getting a DUI

Enjoying the 4th of July with friends or family at a barbeque? Many Coloradans will be doing just that… and far too many will end up getting DUIs on their way home. Why? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety … Continue reading

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