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How does being a sex offender impact your parental rights? When you are convicted, or plea guilty to a sex offense, you are not allowed to have contact with anyone under the age of 18, this includes your own children.-
Many people come into the office not knowing exactly what a DUI is. They realize that DUI stands for ‘driving under the influence,’ but they don’t know the nuances of what that means. We all seem to have heard or-
Cell phones. We check them to kill time while in line at the grocery store. We use them to book flights, order food, call our loved ones, check the weather. The cellular phone has become an integral part of our-
If you are the suspect in an investigation, you are more than likely to be contacted by a detective to come and talk to them about the accusations against you. What do you do when a detective contacts you? Too many-
Source Probation in Colorado is somewhat of a second chance for criminal offenders. It’s a period of time after conviction in which offenders are monitored for good behavior to avoid a more serious sentence, such as jail or prison. The-