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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 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-
For a number of years, the Colorado Supreme Court has had a judicial directive in place which serves to seal various types of files. This includes sex offense and child abuse cases. The file is the client’s file but the-
A new problem in our State has emerged. Ambien has become the new date rape drug. In the 90’s Rohypnol was the date rape drug. It is a Schedule I drug which meaning it has no medical purpose in the-
Revoke Per Se .08 – 1st time DEFINITION: (Before 1/1/2009) – very important distinction (the rules after 1/1/09 are below) Person is stopped by an officer and breath test is given to determine that the person was “drinking and driving”. If-