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January 2019 Archives

Explaining the charge of possession with intent to distribute

If you are ever arrested for a drug crime in Colorado, it's important to understand the charge levied against you as well as the possible penalties associated with said crime. One of the most commonly charged drug crimes in Colorado is possession with intent to distribute. This is a serious crime that can wind up putting you behind bars for quite a few years and cost you thousands of dollars in fines.

Social media is a powerful tool for police

If you are like many in Colorado, social media is important to you. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and others allow you to connect with friends and family, meet people with similar interests, and share the things that are important to you. Did you know that someone else may be lurking among the friends and contacts you allow on your social media accounts?

Did police have probable cause to search or arrest you?

If you have had encounters with Colorado police, you may know that they have clever methods of obtaining the information they want. This may include asking leading questions or suggesting negative consequences if you fail to cooperate. One line over which law enforcement may not step is arresting you without probable cause.

A DUI can be a costly mistake

There are many benefits to living in Colorado. Besides the natural beauty all around, Colorado offers freedoms that many other states do not. Nevertheless, these liberties do not mean you are living in a lawless state. In fact, Colorado ranks 11th among the states with the strictest laws and penalties for drunk driving.

What guides the police when allegations of abuse are made?

Imagine this situation: Your partner abuses you on a regular basis. Finally, you've had enough and you use physical violence to protect yourself. However, your partner then calls the police, says that you are the one who initiated the violence and tries to have you arrested.

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