All Drugs Are Not Created Equal in Colorado
March 29, 2023
The Internet is a wonderful way to communicate with people around the world, search for information, and explore new places without leaving our home. Unfortunately, advances in technology make it incredibly easy to commit all kinds of crimes from thousands of miles away – sometimes without even realizing that you are doing something wrong.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has a whole department dedicated to investigating and preventing cyber or computer crimes, specifically when identity theft or fraud is involved. [...]
The advent of the internet has brought a new type of criminal offence—cybercrimes. Though the government was somewhat slow to recognize the spread of this type of crime, repeated incidents and disasters have heightened awareness and law enforcement agencies are now cracking down on cyber crimes aggressively.
The FBI in particular is working hard to stay ahead of this trend and keep people safe by prosecuting cyber crimes aggressively. Since, as a modern-age American citizen, you probably devote hours of [...]
As an attorney, I have seen firsthand the complexities of the state’s drug laws. While Colorado is known for being one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, the state’s drug policies extend far beyond cannabis. All drugs are not created equal in Colorado, and understanding the nuances of the state’s drug laws is crucial for anyone facing drug charges.Understanding the Five Schedules of Drugs in Colorado
In Colorado, drugs get categorized into five different schedules, ranging from [...]
Marijuana legalization was a topic of debate for decades. In 2012, Colorado became one of the first states in the United States to legalize recreational marijuana. Since then, Colorado’s marijuana laws have constantly been evolving, and it is essential for anyone living in or traveling to Colorado to understand these laws.Recreational Use in Colorado
In Colorado, adults 21 years and older can legally purchase, possess, and consume up to one ounce of marijuana for recreational purposes. Adults can [...]
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense in Colorado, and it is illegal to operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher. This legal limit applies to both alcohol and drugs, including marijuana. The legal consequences of a DUI conviction can be severe, including fines, jail time, license suspension, and mandatory alcohol education or treatment.
You have certain legal rights if you get pulled over for suspicion of DUI. These include the [...]