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What You Need to Know About Transporting an Open Container of Alcohol

Driving down the road, you may notice someone in another vehicle, whether driver or passenger, pick up what looks like a liquor bottle or beer can. Possessing, let alone consuming, an open container of an alcoholic beverage while in a motor vehicle is illegal in Colorado.

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Can I Be Arrested for Drugs That Aren’t Mine in Colorado?

Facing drug charges can be confusing and stressful, especially if the drugs were not yours to begin with. Your reputation and future are on the line — all for something that you may have had no control over.

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Best Defenses Against Drug Crimes in Colorado

Colorado prosecutors take drug crimes very seriously. Even if you have been charged with a minor offense, it can lead to jail time, hefty fines, and a criminal record that will follow you for the rest of your life. If you’ve been convicted for a drug crime, don’t lose hope. Teaming up with a capable Colorado attorney can provide you with your best defense against a serious charge.

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Are There Alternatives to Going to Jail?

Navigating the criminal justice system can be confusing and frustrating. The thought of spending time in jail may be overwhelming.

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Why It’s Worth It to Fight a Traffic Violation

Most drivers get a ticket for a traffic violation at some time during their driving years. Exceeding the speed limit, trying to get through the intersection as the light turns red, and rolling at stop signs are common. Because they are, you may think you should pay the fine and forget about it.  If you are asking yourself whether you should fight a traffic violation, the answer is yes.

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Shoplifting Charges in Colorado

According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, theft in Colorado rose 86 percent between 2019 and 2021. Property crime, auto theft, and organized retail crime saw the biggest upswings. If you find yourself being accused or being charged with shoplifting—whether you actually intended to carry out the crime—you’re going to need the representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you exercise your rights under the law.

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DUI Diversion Programs: Do You Qualify?

Colorado law takes driving under the influence (DUI) offenses seriously and imposes stringent penalties for people convicted of DUIs. Some of the penalties for DUI in Colorado include hefty fines, possible license revocation, jail time, and others. However, the law also recognizes that people sometimes make mistakes, which is why Colorado allows first-time offenders to participate in DUI diversion programs.

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Why Did I Fail the Breathalyzer If I Wasn’t Drinking?

You’re driving down the road when a police officer pulls you over. You haven’t been drinking and didn’t violate any traffic laws, so you have nothing to be worried about. But what happens if you somehow fail the breathalyzer test, even if you weren’t drinking?

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Can I Get a DUID for Taking My Prescription Drugs?

When most people think about getting charged with driving under the influence of drugs (DUID), they think about cocaine, methamphetamine, and other illegal drugs. They may think about marijuana, even though it is legal in Colorado for recreational use under some circumstances. What they may not think about are medications prescribed by their doctor and taken as prescribed.

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Marijuana and Driving

Colorado holds the distinction of being the first state, along with Oregon, to legalize recreational marijuana usage. It’s been almost ten years now, taking place back in 2012.

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