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New Memo from A.G. Sessions Directs Prosecutors to Attack "Violent Crime"

In a memorandum released by the Department of Justice this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructed federal prosecutors to prioritize the identification and prosecution of “violent ...
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Colorado Divorce - Domestic Violence and Protection Orders:

http://www.denverpost.com/2017/02/15/denver-homicides-2016/ As the above article sets forth, domestic violence in the Denver area is on the rise. Society’s stressful environment is flooding into ...
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Amongst the Provisions of Law Contained in California's Proposition 64

By: Sean C Thomson, Esq. Amongst the provisions of law contained in California’s Proposition 64, is section 11361.8. Entitled “Recall or dismissal of sentence,” the section is an ...
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Polygraph Tests: The Truth Won't Set You Free

In popular culture, there is a trope where the hero is called into a little room, and a silent man hooks her up by electrodes to a machine. Paper scrolls by wire arms which draw jagged lines as the ...
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DUI Cases: Frequently Asked Questions

Probably the single most common type of case I see as a Colorado criminal defense attorney is the Driving Under the Influence case, also called a DUI. To me, it’s a charge that spans every ...
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Bill Cosby Case Inspires Colorado Legislature to Re-examine Statute of Limitations on Sexual Assault

Last Thursday, two Colorado women who claim Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them appeared before Legislators asking to extend the statute of limitations in which felony sexual assault charges can be ...
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Understanding Collateral Consequences in Criminal Cases

When you are charged with a criminal offense, your life will be disrupted simply by virtue of being charged. Even if the case is resolved favorably and rapidly, at a minimum, you must appear in court, ...
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What To Do if you Have Lost Your License Pt. II: Points Issues

There are two main ways to lose your Colorado license; alcohol related issues and points related issues. Under the points law, a driver will face a license suspension if they exceed the following ...
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Sexting Ring Scandal Rocks Colorado High School

A Colorado high school in Cañon City is currently under investigation after not less than 100 high school students were discovered to be part of a largescale sexting ring. Students used their ...
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Law Enforcement and Body Cameras

In the wake of numerous police shootings of unarmed African American men, there has been a massive increase in public demand for law enforcement officers to wear body cameras when interacting with ...
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The Traffic Stop Arrest, Part 3 - Bail, Bonds And The Filing Of Charges

By Elizabeth Wittemyer To review: you have been pulled over, you chose a safe place to pull over where you can leave your car, you maintained silence and politely refused to answer questions, you ...
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Tips to Help You Understand Your Rights When Arrested

As a criminal defense attorney, I dole out a lot of advice on a wide variety of topics. But there is one piece of advice that I give more often than any other. It is a simple piece of advice, but one ...
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Do I Need a Lawyer for This?

You may be asking yourself this question right now. The answer is yes, and not because lawyers want to make money but because hiring an attorney can benefit you in many ways. Going to court without a ...
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The Traffic Stop Arrest, Part 1: Roadsides, Chemical Tests and Advisements

You have been pulled over, lights are flashing behind you, your heart is pounding and people are staring. This could potentially be one of the worst moments in your life, but you do have some say and ...
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Marijuana: What is Legal and What is Illegal

By Bridgette Odom Tomasetti, Esq. There is a misconception that marijuana is completely legal in Colorado. The state does have a number of permissible allowances for marijuana use and possession but ...
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Pot and Parenting

By Emily Kelley, Esq. We are coming up on three years since Amendment 64 was passed and marijuana become legal in Colorado. Since that time, adults 21 years and older have been legally growing up to 6 ...
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Why Did Demaryius Thomas' Mom Get Released From Prison?

By Bridgette Odom Tomasetti, Esq. In mid-July 2015, Demaryius Thomas, and his mother Katina Thomas, found out that Ms. Thomas would be released from prison almost two years early by a commutation ...
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DUI and Marijuana

By Bridgette Tomasetti In Colorado, a driver can be charged with DUI if the officer suspects the person is impaired by marijuana. This can occur if officer believes the impairment is caused by ...
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Your Cell Phone is Private

By Bridgette Odom Tomasetti, Esq. The US Supreme Court recently ruled that a cell phone contains personal and private information and as such, it should remain private from police searches unless ...
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False Guilty Pleas: Who is to Blame - Prosecutors or Defense Lawyers?

By Charles E. Feldmann, Esq. Aggressive, Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys are a crucial component in an accused obtaining justice in the criminal justice system. Jed Rakoff, United States ...
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Interlock Cameras Required as of October 2015

By Emily Kelley, Esq. As of October 2015, if you have an interlock installed on your vehicle, you will need to have a camera hooked up as well. While it’s not written in any Colorado law, the ...
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Fourth DUI Felony in Colorado to Take Effect August 5, 2015

Recently, Governor Hickenlooper signed a new law making it a felony to have a fourth driving under the influence (DUI) charge in Colorado. Colorado had previously been one of four states without a ...
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Use of Marijuana While Outside of Work Can Still Get You Fired

By Emily Kelley, Esq. On June 15, 2015, the Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeal’s ruling on whether the use of medical marijuana in accordance with the Colorado Constitution ...
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Colorado's Changing Traffic Camera Laws

By Emily Kelley, Esq. If you’ve driven around many larger cities in Colorado over the past few years, you probably noticed infrared auto matic surveillance cameras snapping pictures of alleged ...
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Colorado Attorney General's Office & High Profile Cases

By: Patrick F. Welsh, Esq. That’s “NO” Chump Change… The Attorney General’s office enjoys naming its investigations but even more than that they love to prosecute high ...
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