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Do you have an old restraining order that you want removed? Here’s how to do it, even if your restraining order is permanent. Restraining orders are court orders that forbid someone from interacting with another person. Whether it’s in-person, digitally-
The State of Colorado has now issued an “up to date” list of all the DUI education and therapy that is approved for Colorado. They outline a number of DUI education and therapy locations for each district. Now I know-
Colorado has just enacted some new drug laws that are relevant to anyone who is arrested for a drug crime. Due to the large number of people in prison in the United States, especially related to drug offenses, officials have-
Felony sexual assault crimes are a very serious charge. Often, it doesn’t even take that much evidence to successfully accuse someone of a sexual offense. It is as simple as pointing a finger and saying he/she did it. There doesn’t-