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Is Colorado about to Get More Serious on Domestic Violence Gun Laws?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence | Gun Crimes

Is Colorado about to Get More Serious on Domestic Violence Gun Laws?

In 2013, Colorado passed laws restricting the use and purchase of firearms for domestic violence offenders. The measure was created in order to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries from domestic violence in the state. Five years later, … Continue reading

Denver Domestic Violence Charges Can Come without Threats or Harm

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

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

Domestic Violence Enhancement: What Does It Mean in Colorado?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Enhancement: What Does It Mean in Colorado?

If you are charged with a crime and told that you have a domestic violence enhancement, you would probably want to know what that means, right? It’s a strange term “domestic violence enhancement.” Does it mean that you are being … Continue reading

Cop Shoots on Domestic Violence Call – How Coloradans Can Stay Safe

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Cop Shoots on Domestic Violence Call – How Coloradans Can Stay Safe

With October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, domestic violence is in the spotlight. What does that mean for you? It will likely mean more people looking for and reporting potential domestic violence, which could lead to law enforcement officers showing … Continue reading

Victims of Domestic Violence in Colorado Can Be Charged Too

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Victims of Domestic Violence in Colorado Can Be Charged Too

Domestic violence situations are almost never cut and dry. If a law enforcement officer is called to a domestic violence disturbance, they have to rely on what they observe when they arrive at the scene as well as the accounts … Continue reading

What Colorado Domestic Violence Charges Mean for Child Custody

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

What Colorado Domestic Violence Charges Mean for Child Custody

Whether you are already divorced or currently going through a divorce, if you have kids, one of your top priorities is always going to be spending quality time with your children. There are certain things, however, that can affect a … Continue reading

CU Experiences the Far-Reaching Impact of Domestic Violence Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

CU Experiences the Far-Reaching Impact of Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence is a prevalent crime here in Colorado and across the United States, and law enforcement officials take domestic violence allegations extremely seriously. One woman, however, is accusing the University of Colorado of not taking her domestic violence claim … Continue reading

Domestic Violence Education for Colorado Hairdressers?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Education for Colorado Hairdressers?

We all have people in our lives that we don’t know very well, but when we see them, we talk to them about our problems and even trust them in a way we don’t trust people we are close to. … Continue reading

Domestic Violence: The Effect of the Reported Holiday Increase

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence: The Effect of the Reported Holiday Increase

You’ve most likely heard this before: domestic violence incidents spike during the holiday season with more people spending long days and weeks with family members. It’s something that makes sense. It’s something that sounds true. So when media outlets report … Continue reading

“Extreme Domestic Violence” Leads to 1st-Degree Murder Charge

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence

“Extreme Domestic Violence” Leads to 1st-Degree Murder Charge

Thousands of women die each year due to domestic violence. Unfortunately, one recent case that happened right here in Colorado is a lesson to law enforcement officers on how important it can be to act on initial instances of violence. … Continue reading

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