Looking for insight into the everyday laws of Colorado? Our blog archives contain valuable information regarding drug laws, sex offender laws, sealing records, and many other facets of criminal law in Colorado. You’ll find a plethora of in-depth information right here that can be read at your leisure.
While our blog posts are a great starting point for educating yourself about the law in Colorado, we recommend scheduling a consultation with M. Colin Bresee in order to best serve you. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to take your case.
Gun Laws in the State of Colorado Gun Laws vary from state-to-state. Whether you already own a gun or are thinking about purchasing a firearm, this article will cover the most common Colorado gun law questions. According to Colorado.gov there are two-
Under the DMV point system in the state of Colorado, you could wind up with a suspended license if you collect too many points within a specified timeframe. What does that mean? In short, certain offenses, such as speeding and-
Do you have an old restraining order that you want to have removed? Here’s how to do it, even if your restraining order is permanent. What is a Permanent Protective Order in Colorado? Restraining orders (also known as permanent protective orders)-
Source If you’ve been convicted of (or plead guilty to) a crime, you’ll face certain charges. These vary depending on individual circumstances, but some people can get probation in Colorado. This means the court will outline a specific set of-
We get calls every week from people who entered into a deferred judgment and sentence and candidly they do not know what that means or how it works. A deferred judgment and sentence does not count as a conviction under-