Body Search: The Body Donation Law

Colorado’s new law regulates companies that solicit bodies donated to science and sell parts medical educators. This is in part due to a Reuters report made on a woman who operated a funeral home and body donation business…

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Colorado’s Summer Season Brings With it More DUIs Than any Other Time of Year

With summer just around the corner, Colorado drivers are already feeling the heat—and it’s not just the heat of the sun, but also the heat of the law since every year during Colorado’s summer season there are more…

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FBI Director in Conversation With Law Enforcements, Denver

Just this week, FBI director Christopher Wray met with law enforcement agents in Denver, Colorado. Wray met with agents from the agency’s Denver field office on Thursday as part of his mission to visit all of the 56…

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3 Surprising Facts about Legal Marijuana in Colorado

Legal marijuana is a growing trend across the U.S.—whether it refers to legal medical marijuana, or legal recreational marijuana. Already it is a multibillion dollar business that is only expected to continue in its growth. Colorado was the birthplace…

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The Laws Surrounding Motor Vehicle Theft in Colorado

Earlier this month, two individuals broke into a man’s garage while he was relaxing in his garden in an attempt to steal his vehicle. When the man realized what was happening, he threw himself onto the back of…

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What is the Colorado Homeless Right to Rest Act?

The Homeless Right to Rest Act has been in and out of the State Capitol building for three years running. And each year, after lengthily hearings, the proposal—often referred to as the Homeless Bill of Rights—dies in committee….

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What You Need to Know About Intellectual Property Laws

What is intellectual property? Intellectual property is the ownership of an innovation. This can be a commercial product, an artistic creation, a method or formula, a unique symbol, a logo, a name, or any other creation or invention….

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Coroner Arrested on Suspicion of DUI and Later Resigns

Earlier this year, a reminder came of how serious the consequences of a DUI charge can be. In the case of Coroner Dave Roberts, his DUI charge may have cost him his job. It was an interesting turn…

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Colorado Judge: State Law Doesn’t Apply to City

After City Council President Albus Brooks was accused of misusing public money and other resources as a means of promoting his re-election, it was stated by a Colorado judge that state law does not apply to city. The…

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What to Expect When you Hire a Family Lawyer

Firstly, if you’re looking to hire a family lawyer it may be for one of very many reasons. However, it’s safe to say that family lawyers primarily cover separation and divorce. Separation and divorce are both incredibly stressful…

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