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Parental Rights as a Sex Offender – How to Preserve Them

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.-

Sex Offenses and the Child Contact Assessment

One of the questions we often get from our clients who are going through a sex offense case is when can I have contact with my children again? If you are charged with a sex offense, a condition of your-

Age of Consent: Understanding Colorado Dating Laws

Age of consent is something that many people overlook. Unfortunately, doing so can get you in a lot of trouble. Once teens reach adolescence and begin dating, it can be a tricky line to walk if there’s an age gap-

What Does .08% Have to Do With My DUI?

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-

Mandatory Arrest for Domestic Violence in Colorado – It’s the Law

If someone you know is charged with a domestic violence crime, call an experienced attorney RIGHT AWAY.   This is especially true if it is after hours, or on a weekend.  Sometimes, what we can do in the first 24 hours-

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