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Colorado Just Barely Eeks Out of the Drunk Driving Top Dozen

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: DUI | DWAI | DWI

Colorado Just Barely Eeks Out of the Drunk Driving Top Dozen

Drunk driving is a problem no matter what time of the year it is, but there always seems to be an uptick around the holidays. Colorado is no exception. The state barely missed the top-ranking states for drunk driving, slipping … Continue reading

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Colorado Drug Trafficking Isn’t the Only Charge You’re Facing

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Possession | Drug Trafficking | Marijuana

Colorado Drug Trafficking Isn’t the Only Charge You’re Facing

Marijuana has been legal in Colorado for over seven years, and the 2020 election shows that states are still following suit. That doesn’t mean that Coloradoans face no rules when it comes to handling the substance, though. If you are … Continue reading

Local Retail Theft Becomes Federal Conviction in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Retail Theft/Shoplifting

Local Retail Theft Becomes Federal Conviction in Colorado

Ever taken advantage of a five-finger discount? Slip something extra into the bottom of your cart and never lay it on the conveyer belt? Most Coloradoans can probably say it’s happened once in their lifetime, and it wasn’t that big … Continue reading

How Colorado Decides Who Is a Sexual Predator

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Crimes Against Children | Sex Crimes

How Colorado Decides Who Is a Sexual Predator

Mental health professionals spend hours interviewing alleged and convicted sex offenders in order to understand what makes them tick. In a rehabilitation capacity, they also work to help offenders understand themselves. Sometimes the measurement tools these trained professionals have in … Continue reading

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Solicitation Doesn’t Always Mean Sex Crime in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Solicitation

Solicitation Doesn’t Always Mean Sex Crime in Colorado

In the state of Colorado, you don’t need to actively participate in a crime in order to be charged with a role in it. One of the ways this can happen is through solicitation of a crime. While most people … Continue reading

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Proving Bias Isn’t Always Easy in Colorado…Unless It Is

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Hate Crimes

Proving Bias Isn’t Always Easy in Colorado…Unless It Is

There are many subtle ways that people express bias every day. That’s why in many Colorado court cases, bias is hard to prove. It can be as simple as providing someone slower service or choosing to hire someone else for … Continue reading

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More Money for CO Investigators, More Domestic Violence Charges?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

More Money for CO Investigators, More Domestic Violence Charges?

Recently, the US Department of Justice awarded nearly 2.4 million dollars to the state to support four projects aimed at addressing domestic violence and helping survivors. That said, it remains unclear whether it will have any effect on the way … Continue reading

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Denver Woman’s eBay Scheme Costs $1M+ in Penalties

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Cyber Crimes

Denver Woman’s eBay Scheme Costs $1M+ in Penalties

Nearly every American has a computer in their home in this day and age. Because of this, certain crimes involving computers have become much more common – and it is perpetrated by people you may not expect. According to the … Continue reading

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CO Supreme Court Rules on Rocky Mountain Gun Owners’ Challenge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Risk Protection Orders | Weapons Crimes

CO Supreme Court Rules on Rocky Mountain Gun Owners’ Challenge

In the modern era, gun control has become a very divisive issue. Local gun ordinance laws can clash with state laws, as has been the case in Colorado recently. For example, in Boulder in 2018, the city council passed an … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Enhancement Policies on Violent Crime Penalties

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Enhancements | Violent Crimes

Colorado’s Enhancement Policies on Violent Crime Penalties

When you commit a crime in Colorado, state and federal guidelines establish a sentence for the offense. The guidelines used in sentencing specify a range of penalties that a judge can hand down to you after a conviction. For instance, … Continue reading

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