Free Case Eval

Colorado’s Hate Crime Statistics Already Had Officials on Edge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Hate Crimes

Colorado’s Hate Crime Statistics Already Had Officials on Edge

As the country seemingly continues to spin out in the wake of a confusing world-wide pandemic in a myriad of ways, Colorado’s recent history with bias-motivated crimes is garnering ever-increasing attention locally. Late last year, in fact, the Denver Post … Continue reading

Tagged |

Denver Weed Delivery Drivers Beware: Suppliers Say Risk is All Yours

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking | Marijuana Delivery | Marijuana Laws

Denver Weed Delivery Drivers Beware: Suppliers Say Risk is All Yours

In Colorado, marijuana is legal. As of January 2020, medical marijuana delivery also became legal in the state. If you look up marijuana delivery services in the area, you may think the delivery of recreational marijuana is perfectly legal, too. … Continue reading

Tagged |

Retail Theft: Don’t Let Colorado Mask Orders Tempt You!

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Retail Theft/Shoplifting | Theft Crimes

Retail Theft: Don’t Let Colorado Mask Orders Tempt You!

Around the country, there have been many unintended side effects as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Law enforcement has been reporting everything from increased domestic violence to rising suicide numbers. One other effect the virus seems to be having … Continue reading

Tagged |

Attempt, Conspiracy, Solicitation Charges: When CO Crimes Didn’t Occur

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Attempt | Conspiracy | Solicitation

Attempt, Conspiracy, Solicitation Charges: When CO Crimes Didn’t Occur

In criminal law, you can be prosecuted for crimes that didn’t ever actually come to fruition. These crimes are called inchoate crimes, meaning that the attempt at the crime was unsuccessful or incomplete. Although the actions in and of themselves … Continue reading

Tagged |

The Difference Between Sexual Assault and Illegal Sexual Contact in CO

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Sex Crimes | Sexual Assault

The Difference Between Sexual Assault and Illegal Sexual Contact in CO

While there are a number of specific offenses defined within Colorado sex crime laws, two of the most common offenses committed across this state are sexual assault and illegal sexual contact. We want to focus on these two crimes today … Continue reading

Tagged |

What to Do When Your Ex Calls, But Also Has a CO Protective Order

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Protective Orders

What to Do When Your Ex Calls, But Also Has a CO Protective Order

The Coronavirus pandemic has turned all of our lives up-side-down in one respect or another. This is especially true for Coloradoans currently bound to the court system in some way. For those dealing with a protective order in particular, on … Continue reading

Tagged |

Domestic Violence Calls Have Experts Concerned: Know Your Triggers

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Abuse | Domestic Assault | Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Calls Have Experts Concerned: Know Your Triggers

The coronavirus has shaken the world up in many ways aside from the virus itself. Millions of people are finding themselves out of work and businesses are being forced to close doors en masse. Lots of people are also practicing … Continue reading

Tagged |

Colorado Sees Spike in Gun Sales During Coronavirus

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Coronavirus | Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Colorado Sees Spike in Gun Sales During Coronavirus

People around the country are unsure of what to expect from the coronavirus situation. In many parts of the country, panic has set in and led to hoarding supplies. It isn’t just toilet paper and canned food that people are … Continue reading

Tagged |

As Coloradoans Shut In, Law Enforcement Expects Computer Fraud to Rise

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Fraud

As Coloradoans Shut In, Law Enforcement Expects Computer Fraud to Rise

Law enforcement is watching the web and shifting its target to digital scams as more and more Coloradoans are turning to online purchase solutions during this time of social distancing. With people stuck at home and more people online, reports … Continue reading

Tagged |

As Violent Crimes Increase, Denver Commits to Crack Down

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Violent Crimes

As Violent Crimes Increase, Denver Commits to Crack Down

According to news reports, 2019 was a deadly year for many in Colorado. In fact, 63 people were killed by homicide in Denver last year, the most since 2004. As violent crimes in Denver increase, so do the penalties for … Continue reading

Tagged |
Free Case Evaluation

Tell us about your case in the form below

<