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What’s the Difference Between OVI, DUI, DWI, and OMVI in Colorado?

Posted on May 29, 2024 in
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is illegal because it puts others at risk. Colorado code makes that clear and outlines some specific terminology that all drivers should know before they get behind the wheel of a car after having a few drinks. Consider the following commonly used terms and what they...
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The Rules of Discovery in Colorado

Posted on May 15, 2024 in
Understanding the rules of discovery in Colorado is complex. The term discovery refers to exchanging information by parties involved in a criminal defense case or other types of legal matter. These rules require that all parties share evidence and information. A Lakewood criminal defense lawyer from the Law Offices of James L. Finnegan, P.C., can...
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18-7-302 CRS – Indecent Exposure – Colorado Law & Penalties

Posted on April 26, 2024 in
Under Colorado law, it is illegal for any person to expose themselves, specifically their genitals, to any other person without that party’s specific and explicit consent. This falls under 18-7-302 CRS – Indecent Exposure laws. A Lakewood criminal defense lawyer from the Law Offices of James L. Finegan, P.C., can help you fight these charges. Understanding...
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Colorado (Red) Restricted Driver’s License 

Posted on April 25, 2024 in
In Colorado, it is illegal to operate a vehicle if you have a suspended driver’s license. If you have a suspended or revoked driver’s license, you may be able to request that the court issue a red license for you, which may be given to you if you can show the reason for the...
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Voluntary vs Involuntary Manslaughter in Colorado

Posted on March 21, 2024 in
Voluntary vs involuntary manslaughter in Colorado are serious criminal charges that carry jail time, fines, and other consequences. Understanding the difference between them, under the state’s laws, can help you to create a legal strategy to support your best possible outcome. Because of the complications inherent with these types of cases, it is critical...
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