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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

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CO Deputy Has Been Fighting I-70 Drug Trafficking for Over 20 Years

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Possession | Drug Trafficking

CO Deputy Has Been Fighting I-70 Drug Trafficking for Over 20 Years

Drug trafficking is a battle that Colorado has been fighting for decades. One of the most valuable weapons the state has against drug trafficking? It is actually a person. One particular Colorado deputy has made drug busts along the I-70 … Continue reading

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A CO Drug Trafficking Conviction Means a Minimum Mandatory Sentence

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

A CO Drug Trafficking Conviction Means a Minimum Mandatory Sentence

Earlier this year, a 40-year-old man’s overdose in Fort Collins drew state authority attention to a Colorado drug trafficking ring. The overdose became a catalyst in authorities from the Northern Colorado Drug Task Force embarking on an investigation – Operation … Continue reading

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Colorado Drug Trafficking Charge? Ways to Fight Back

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

Colorado Drug Trafficking Charge? Ways to Fight Back

Colorado drug industry is big business, and when law enforcement talks about being tough on crime, they mean extra tough on illegal traffickers. Drug trafficking charges are treated more seriously – and carry far heavier penalties – than possession, sale, … Continue reading

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Drug Trafficking in Colorado: State or Federal Charge?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking

Drug Trafficking in Colorado: State or Federal Charge?

In the context of illegal drugs, “trafficking” refers to the act of moving large quantities of drugs for distribution, often involving multiple states and/or international transactions. Generally speaking, drug trafficking crimes are covered by both federal and state law. While … Continue reading

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Colorado Meth Ring Bust: What Those Arrested are Up Against    

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Manufacturing | Drug Possession | Drug Trafficking

Colorado Meth Ring Bust: What Those Arrested are Up Against    

On May 9, several law enforcement agencies collaborated to arrest 25 individuals for drug trafficking and to issue charges to 12 others in a huge methamphetamine drug bust. The drug ring was in operation as early as July 2015. Police … Continue reading

What Penalties Come with Millions in Heroin and Meth in Colorado?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

What Penalties Come with Millions in Heroin and Meth in Colorado?

A recent drug bust in Colorado Springs uncovered a huge stash of heroin and methamphetamine worth millions. This bust will come with heavy penalties for the offenders. In the recent sting operation, the Metro Vice Narcotics and Intelligence Unit seized … Continue reading

Defenses You Can Use to Fight Colorado Drug Charges

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Crimes | Drug Trafficking

Defenses You Can Use to Fight Colorado Drug Charges

If you are facing drug charges in Colorado, you have several options when putting together your defense. Which strategy to use will depend upon the facts of your specific situation – something a knowledgeable criminal lawyer will be able to … Continue reading

America’s Toughest Prison is in Florence, Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking

America’s Toughest Prison is in Florence, Colorado

The biggest drug kingpin under the FBI’s watch is Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, former leader of the Sinaloa cartel. During his time as kingpin, he likely ran the world’s largest drug smuggling operation. Even though he is equally notorious for … Continue reading

Extradition for Drug Trafficking? It Could Happen

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Drug Trafficking

Extradition for Drug Trafficking? It Could Happen

At the beginning of this year, President Obama started a conversation about the consequences of the War on Drugs by commuting a record-breaking number of low-level drug offenders. Many of these offenders were put away for decades on drug trafficking … Continue reading

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