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February 2015 Archives

Man accused of gravesite robberies in Colorado faces charges

On Feb. 12, law enforcement officials apprehended a man whom they believe is responsible for stealing more than 200 bronze headstone vases from Fairmount Cemetery graves. The funeral vases were allegedly worth $30,000.

Harassment offenses in Colorado

People may be charged with the crime of harassment in Colorado if they do such things as strike, hit, shove or physically contact another person with the intent to cause the person alarm or to annoy them. Harassment may also be charged if a person uses obscene language or makes obscene gestures towards another person in public or if they follow another person around in a public place. It can also constitute harassment if a person calls another at inconvenient hours or makes repeated telephone calls.

Understanding Colorado domestic violence statutes

In Colorado, police are required by law to take someone into custody if officers respond to a dispute call and then determine that a criminal act has taken place. If the individuals who are involved in the incident are, or were, in a romantic relationship, then the incident may be categorized as domestic violence. The implication of this law is that property crimes such as minor criminal mischief can be considered domestic violence, according to Colorado statutes.

Defending against a Colorado DUI charge

Many Colorado drivers do not realize that DUI is a defensible charge. There is a number of good and valid reasons a person who would not otherwise drive while intoxicated may do so, and that may cause the charges to be reduced or even dismissed. While every DUI case is different, it is possible to successfully defend against a DUI and avoid fines, jail time and other potential consequences.

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