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Denver Property Crime Decrease Doesn’t Mean You’ll Get Off Easy

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Arson | Burglary | Property Crimes | Robbery | Theft Crimes

Denver Property Crime Decrease Doesn’t Mean You’ll Get Off Easy

Property crimes are taken very seriously in Colorado, as they often have devastating consequences for the victim(s) and/or property owner. Fortunately, Denver has recently enjoyed a decrease in property crimes. As of this writing, the city has averaged 1917 property … Continue reading

Denver Domestic Violence Charges Can Come without Threats or Harm

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Category: Domestic Violence

Denver Domestic Violence Charges Can Come without Threats or Harm

Police in Longmont, Colorado recently arrested Claudio Lee Casias for domestic violence despite the fact that he did not engage in any physical violence – or even threaten anyone. What happened? According to reports, Mr. Casias’s wife called police, saying … Continue reading

Colorado Auto Theft Charge? Don’t Drive a Stolen Car to Court

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Auto Theft | Theft Crimes

Colorado Auto Theft Charge? Don’t Drive a Stolen Car to Court

Here’s a lesson you hopefully don’t need us to teach you: do not drive a stolen car to court after being accused of car theft. Sounds obvious, right? Unfortunately, that’s exactly what a Connecticut man did earlier this month. Jonathan … Continue reading

How to Let Your Irish Out in Denver Without Getting a DUI

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DUID | DWAI

How to Let Your Irish Out in Denver Without Getting a DUI

If you’ll be in Denver for St. Paddy’s Day, you’ll find many ways to celebrate the holiday. From pub crawls to Irish-themed dinners, there are dozens of special events planned, and many different places where you can do it. If … Continue reading

Child Pornography Charges: How Coloradans Can Fight Back

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Child Pornography

Child Pornography Charges: How Coloradans Can Fight Back

Few things come with more of a stigma than child pornography charges. Being labeled a sex offender is bad enough, but if you’re thought of as someone who preys on children, you may find yourself completely abandoned by people you … Continue reading

Colorado Juveniles are Most Likely to Commit These Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Juvenile Crimes

Colorado Juveniles are Most Likely to Commit These Crimes

Colorado has all kinds of laws on the books specifically aimed at juveniles, but there are some that get more use than others. As a parent, this is incredibly important to know. It may not be possible to stop yourself … Continue reading

Breaking Down Colorado’s Vehicular Homicide Law

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Murder | Vehicular Homicide

Breaking Down Colorado’s Vehicular Homicide Law

In Colorado, a charge of vehicular homicide comes with serious penalties. In this post we’ll break down the law on vehicular homicide and how it applies to individual cases. We’ll also describe the penalties and let you know what legal … Continue reading

Could a Denver Theft Arrest Lead to Drug Charges Too?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Theft Crimes

Could a Denver Theft Arrest Lead to Drug Charges Too?

Denver has recently seen a substantial increase in both auto thefts and methamphetamine possession – a 13% increase in stolen vehicles, and a 30% increase in meth possession arrests. Drug addicts often steal or break into vehicles in order to … Continue reading

6 Types of Fraud Crimes Related to Forgery in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Fraud | White Collar Crimes

6 Types of Fraud Crimes Related to Forgery in Colorado

Undoubtedly you have heard of both fraud and forgery, and you probably know that both are illegal acts punishable by the laws of Colorado. You might not realize, though, that forgery is actually a specific type of fraud. Or that … Continue reading

Colorado Arson Charges: Understanding What the Different Degrees Mean

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Arson

Colorado Arson Charges: Understanding What the Different Degrees Mean

In the state of Colorado, there are four different degrees of arson charges. In this post, we’ll explain the four different types of arson along with their penalties, then detail what you need to do if you are facing arson … Continue reading

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