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Category Archives: Weapons Crimes

What You Should Know about Colorado’s Open Carry Laws

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

What You Should Know about Colorado’s Open Carry Laws

In Colorado, we love our guns. Fortunately, our state is one of the most reasonable ones out there regarding gun laws. However, any weapons charges resulting from illegal possession or carrying of a firearm are still harshly prosecuted, so it … Continue reading

Is It a Crime to Accidentally Bring a Gun into a Colorado Airport?

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Is It a Crime to Accidentally Bring a Gun into a Colorado Airport?

Common sense dictates that bringing a loaded gun into an airport on your person is not a good plan – and indeed, it is illegal. However, what if you are otherwise carrying a gun legally, and accidentally bring it into … Continue reading

Supreme Court Upholds Firearms Ban for Domestic Violence

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Domestic Violence | Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Supreme Court Upholds Firearms Ban for Domestic Violence

On June 27, the United States Supreme Court concluded a historic gun rights case by upholding a federal ban on individuals who have been convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence from owning or purchasing firearms. The court voted 6-2 in favor … Continue reading

Police Now Using ShotSpotter Technology to Track Gun Crime

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Gun Crimes | Weapons Crimes

Police Now Using ShotSpotter Technology to Track Gun Crime

Microphones are being used to put a stop to gun crime. Sounds like something out of science fiction, right? Or a ridiculous Saturday Night Live skit? But police in Denver allege that this powerful new technology, called the ShotSpotter, has … Continue reading

Marijuana Users Still Can’t Carry Guns in Colorado

Posted By: Jacob Martinez

Category: Weapons Crimes

Marijuana Users Still Can’t Carry Guns in Colorado

You may be able to carry a concealed weapon with a proper permit in Colorado, and you may be lawfully allowed to use recreational marijuana—but you can’t do both. Advocates for gun rights in Colorado have been working on a … Continue reading

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