Everything You Need to Know about Colorado Credit Card Fraud

Have you been accused of committing credit card fraud in Colorado?

In this post, we’re going to explain how the law works for this white collar crime, and what you can do to fight back against your charges.

Colorado Credit Card Law

Either of the following acts qualify as credit card fraud under Colorado law.

Criminal possession of a financial device

This includes having control or possession over any financial device that the person knows, or reasonably should know, to [...]

It’s Election Time: How to Avoid Colorado Voter Fraud Charges

Accusations and fears of voter fraud always heat up around elections. In this post, we’ll tell you what actions specifically constitute voter fraud and how to avoid getting charged.

Does Voter Fraud Really Happen in Colorado?

Yes… technically. Just not very often. In fact, despite the claims of some to the contrary, it’s pretty rare everywhere in our country.

Even the Trump commission on voting integrity had to put out a report saying they did not find widespread evidence of [...]

What Does It Mean to Be Charged with Unemployment Fraud in Colorado?

A 36-year-old Fruita woman was recently accused of collecting almost $10,000 in unemployment benefits while she was, in fact, employed.

The investigation began in 2017, when a random audit of one of the suspect’s employers revealed that she had been employed while collecting unemployment benefits. She is now facing multiple felony-level charges of fraud, theft, and computer crimes.

The process of filing for unemployment and receiving benefits is complex – meaning that it is common for people to intentionally exploit [...]

Colorado Forgery Charge? Ask Your Lawyer about These Strategies 

Have you been recently accused of forgery? A skilled Colorado defense attorney will have several possible defense strategies to help you fight your charge. In this post, we’re going to cover several of the most common defenses.

Legal Definition of Forgery in Colorado

Forgery can be defined as possessing, using, altering, or making false writing with the intent of committing fraud.

Altering a document or instrument is a serious crime, punishable as a felony offense in Colorado – and every [...]

6 Types of Fraud Crimes Related to Forgery in Colorado

Undoubtedly you have heard of both fraud and forgery, and you probably know that both are illegal acts punishable by the laws of Colorado. You might not realize, though, that forgery is actually a specific type of fraud. Or that there are six different laws in our state statutes related to the act of forgery.

This is important to understand, because most people’s understanding of what forgery is only encompasses some of these charges. You need to know what the [...]