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Pepper Spray: How to Make Your CO Retail Theft Charges Worse

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Retail Theft/Shoplifting | Shoplifting

Pepper Spray: How to Make Your CO Retail Theft Charges Worse

Shoplifting may seem like an offense that is no big deal but get caught, and you can still face a theft charge that could land on your criminal record. Furthermore, if during the commission of that crime something goes wrong, … Continue reading

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Involved in a Colorado Vehicular Death? Stay Put!

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Category: Hit and Run | Vehicular Homicide

Involved in a Colorado Vehicular Death? Stay Put!

Accidents are scary, especially when someone gets seriously injured or even dies. The response people have when involved in a serious accident runs the gamut – from being frozen in fear to actively fleeing the scene. If you choose the … Continue reading

CO QAnon Follower Trial Set for Plot to Kidnap Son

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Kidnapping

CO QAnon Follower Trial Set for Plot to Kidnap Son

Having your child removed from your care is a traumatic experience for everyone involved. Unfortunately for some, it’s an experience that can cause them to make rash decisions that will impact their entire lives. A woman in Colorado was recently … Continue reading

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Grand Theft Auto — Not Just a Nostalgic Video Game in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Grand Theft Auto | Motor Vehicle Theft

Grand Theft Auto — Not Just a Nostalgic Video Game in Colorado

Many people like to fantasize about doing whatever the heck they want and getting away with it – and thanks to games like Grand Theft Auto, those fantasies can be acted through your game console. With the release of the … Continue reading

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CO Protective vs. Restraining Order: How to Remember Which is Which

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Protective Orders | Restraining Orders

CO Protective vs. Restraining Order: How to Remember Which is Which

Many people think of protective orders and restraining orders as interchangeable. The truth is that they are two very different things in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know about these two distinct orders, how they’re different, and what happens … Continue reading

Is That Your Child’s Name on That Credit Card?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Credit Card Fraud | Identity Theft

Is That Your Child’s Name on That Credit Card?

As a parent, you want to give your child the best start in life possible. For many, that means setting your child up for future success. How some people have chosen to accomplish this is by opening up a credit … Continue reading

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Coloradoans Still Stocking Their Arsenals Into November 2020

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Sage Storage Bill | Weapons Crimes

Coloradoans Still Stocking Their Arsenals Into November 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in panic for a lot of people. That manifests itself through the stockpiling of certain items. For some people, it’s food or household products; for others, it’s guns and ammunition. Reports out of Colorado Springs … Continue reading

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What to Look for in a Colorado Criminal Defense Team

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

What to Look for in a Colorado Criminal Defense Team

Choosing your criminal defense lawyer is one of the most important things you’ll ever do. If you find yourself in a position where you’re being charged with a crime, then your choice of a lawyer may literally be the difference … Continue reading

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What Happens When Your CO Teen Violates Curfew?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Juvenile Crimes

What Happens When Your CO Teen Violates Curfew?

The United States is a free country, and because of that, our citizens are allowed to move freely from one place to another. However, this comes with a few restrictions — especially if you’re a minor. In Colorado, minors don’t … Continue reading

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A Brief Guide on Colorado’s Economic Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Bribery | Forgery | Fraud | Money Laundering | White Collar Crimes

A Brief Guide on Colorado’s Economic Crimes

Not all crimes are violent – but that doesn’t mean crimes without violence don’t have victims. White-collar crimes are a perfect example. Additionally, in places like Denver, white-collar crimes may be more common than you think. According to a report … Continue reading

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