Exploring Colorado’s Laws on Weapons Possession and Concealed Carry
May 25, 2023
Prescription drugs are very helpful for people suffering from chronic health issues or pain. Unfortunately, these medications can also be used by some for recreation, leading to addiction and abuse.
The opioid epidemic in this country rages on and on – and with it, prescription drug fraud. Prescription drug fraud is a serious drug charge that can lead to severe consequences. Read on to understand what it is and what penalties can be faced in Colorado if you are convicted [...]
Computers have changed the world for the better in many ways. Still, there are always going to be people who try to take advantage of others and defraud them. Computers serve as another avenue for fraudsters to commit these crimes.
This trend has not gone unnoticed, which is why the Colorado Attorney General is working to stop digital fraudsters in their tracks.
On top of the AG’s office efforts to apprehend the people committing fraud, they’re also focused on educating [...]
Nearly everyone has a computer these days, which opens up a whole new world of activities, including crime. Some people find themselves unwittingly at the center of fraud related to computer crimes, as one Parker, Colorado resident recently discovered.
A couple that purchased a new home in Parker found their mailbox stuffed with unemployment debit cards. The cards sported their home address with dozens of different resident names claiming it as their own. An obvious red flag to the new [...]
Not all crimes are violent – but that doesn’t mean crimes without violence don’t have victims. White-collar crimes are a perfect example. Additionally, in places like Denver, white-collar crimes may be more common than you think.
According to a report by the Denver Post, there is an average of 2.9 white-collar crimes committed in Denver each day. These crimes, while not violent, can involve some steep punishments, which is why being accused of a white-collar crime is very serious.
Across Colorado, it’s been reported that retail sales are down by 15 percent due to COVID-19. Due to the pandemic, many businesses are closed temporarily while others have gone out of business.
Still, if you’re a small business owner in Colorado, you need to make sure you stay on top of your state sales tax reports. Even if a business doesn’t collect anything, failing to file your state sales tax reports can be considered tax fraud.
Here’s what you need [...]
Understanding the laws related to weapons possession and concealed carry is crucial for residents of Colorado. Exploring the legal framework, requirements, and restrictions, individuals can navigate these laws responsibly and ensure compliance to protect their rights and maintain personal safety.
Colorado has specific laws regulating firearms possession, purchase, and transfer. These laws cover various aspects such as background checks, restrictions on firearm possession for certain individuals, regulations on the open carry of firearms, and more. Familiarizing oneself with these laws [...]
Racial bias continues to be a significant issue within the criminal justice system, including in Colorado. The impact of racial bias on criminal cases can lead to unequal treatment, unfair outcomes, and a loss of trust in the system.Racial Disparities in Arrest and Charging
Racial bias can manifest at various stages of the criminal justice process, starting with the initial arrest and charging decisions. Studies have shown that individuals from racial and ethnic minority groups are often disproportionately [...]
Sexual assault is a serious crime that carries severe penalties under Colorado law. However, defending against charges of sexual assault in the era of #MeToo can be even more challenging. The #MeToo movement has sparked a cultural shift, and society has become more receptive to allegations of sexual misconduct. As a result, sexual assault cases often generate significant media attention, and public perception is often heavily influenced by the allegations themselves. This can make it difficult for defendants to [...]