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CRS § 18-12-106 – Prohibited Use of Weapons

Posted on February 20, 2024 in
Colorado laws, including CRS § 18-12-106, provide very specific limitations on when a person can use or be in possession of weapons. Specifically, this law requires that no person who is under the influence of alcohol or any controlled substance be able to aim, throw, discharge, or otherwise use specific weapons. Doing so can...
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Colorado Title 18. Criminal Code § 18-3-102

Posted on January 25, 2024 in
Violent crimes tend to be the more serious type of offense that can carry a lengthy prison sentence. In Colorado, trying and failing to take another person’s life is attempted murder. Attempted murder can be charged as first-degree or second-degree attempted murder, and a defendant can face decades of prison time if convicted if...
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Is Domestic Violence a Felony in Colorado? 

Posted on January 5, 2024 in
Domestic violence in Colorado is not a criminal offense on its own but rather a sentencing enhancement that increases the penalties of other crimes where the accused and the victim were or are in an intimate relationship. Therefore, determining whether or not domestic violence is a felony charge often depends on several factors, including...
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Colorado’s Zero Tolerance Policy for Underage DUI

Posted on December 30, 2023 in
Driving under the influence by anyone is not legal, and in every situation, it is dangerous. For those who are younger, though, the risks are multiplied thanks to the inexperience of the driver coupled with the limitations on their impairment. If you have a child who is hitting the road soon, you should fully...
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“DMV Hearings” in Colorado DUI Cases

Posted on December 20, 2023 in
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