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10 Colorado Counties with the Most Violent Crimes

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense | Violent Crimes

10 Colorado Counties with the Most Violent Crimes

Colorado has its share of violent crimes, and some counties see quite a bit more than others. Not surprisingly, law enforcement officials tend to police “known” violent areas more closely. But how do you know where the most violence occurs … Continue reading

What Constitutes a Crime Against the Government?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

What Constitutes a Crime Against the Government?

When you hear “crimes against the government,” it may call to mind high-level federal crimes like espionage and terrorism. Because the American government is large and powerful, it may seem very difficult for one individual to commit a crime that … Continue reading

How Criminal Defense Attorneys Help

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

How Criminal Defense Attorneys Help

Few experiences are more isolating than being charged with a crime. After being arrested and charged with a criminal offense, you may find that your friends, coworkers, and colleagues pull away, and strangers who hear about the incident interact with … Continue reading

Can My Google Searches be Used Against Me?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Computer Crimes | Criminal Defense

Can My Google Searches be Used Against Me?

You know the drill. “Everything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.” Even if you’ve never been arrested, you’ve probably heard the Miranda rights in movies or TV shows. But your words aren’t … Continue reading

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Colorado Crime Suspects Can Now Have Victims’ Homes Searched

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Criminal Defense

Colorado Crime Suspects Can Now Have Victims’ Homes Searched

Up until recently, Massachusetts, California, New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina were the only states that allowed criminal suspects to search victims’ homes in order to strengthen their defense. Now, thanks to a recent ruling, Colorado will join this … Continue reading

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