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Colorado Revised Drug Sentencing: Senate Bill 13-250 In the State of Colorado, you can be charged with either a felony drug crime or a misdemeanor drug crime. These different levels of crimes come with significantly different consequences that will affect-
Back Story: This summer I was fortunate enough to have had two student interns. It was an eye-opening experience for them! After 2 months they stated that everything they had been taught in school and understood about the 4th Amendment and 5th-
The first question on any self-defense case is to know if this case is domestic violence or not a domestic violence case. The rules and consequences are very different between the two. Domestic Violence: In our State the Police MUST-
The website where you can find ALL of the approved treatment providers in your area (193 page document broken down by Judicial Districts) is at the Colorado Department of Human Services link below: Listing of ALL State of Colorado Certified-
The bill to mandate Colorado’s new felony bill for multiple DUI’s passed the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, February 5, with a vote of 13-0. Colorado is one of only 5 States left that does NOT have a felony DUI-