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Posted April 28, 2016

Cocaine laws are strict in Colorado; defend yourself

In Colorado, marijuana has been made legal to use and sell in certain circumstances, but that doesn’t mean that other drug abuse is overlooked. In fact, cocaine laws in the state are still strict, because the use of cocaine is still a serious problem. Compared to the rest of the United States, Colorado’s cocaine...
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Posted April 22, 2016

You can fight assault charges

Being accused of an assault is hard to live with; your reputation may be damaged, and you could find that it’s harder to keep your job or manage your social life. On top of that, you may be worried that you’re going to face years of time in prison or large fines. Before you...
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Posted April 13, 2016

Colorado Rockies player to have domestic violence case dismissed

Being accused of domestic violence can be devastating to your life. Your employer may question keeping you on the job, and your friends and family may not trust you. Your reputation could be harmed irreparably. These kinds of charges can be difficult to live with, which is why starting your case with a strong...
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Posted April 8, 2016

What are some domestic violence statistics?

If you’ve been accused of domestic violence, it’s important that you know enough about these crimes to defend yourself. Your defense may rely on your knowledge of the crimes that take place, and you may be able to work with your attorney to add statistics like these into your defense. Did you know that...
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Posted April 1, 2016

Sexting bill could land teens in rehabilitative process

A teen sexting bill in Colorado could change how teens are treated if they send illicit images of themselves to others. According to the news from March 30, prosecutors in Colorado want to have new laws that address teen sexting. The new bill would make sexting a Class 2 misdemeanor offense, even for a...
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