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What You Need to Know About Conceal Carry Laws in Colorado

What You Need to Know About Conceal Carry Laws in Colorado

Each state has its own mandates regarding the lawfulness of carrying handguns for protection. With the ever-increasing controversy on gun laws and the rising number of mass shootings, it is important to be aware of the concealed carry…

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Colorado Animal Cruelty Laws

Colorado Animal Cruelty Laws

In a day in age, where there are constant atrocities occurring all over the world, an often- overlooked part of our society is our furry friends. We focus on the many social issues that impact children and adults…

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Not in My State: The Truth About Human Trafficking in Colorado

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It is easy to collectively put our heads in the sand assuming that something as horrible as human trafficking could not possibly happen in our beautiful, family friendly state of Colorado. No one wants to think about innocent…

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Four Things to Know About Filing for Divorce in Colorado

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Each state has its own unique set of laws regarding the filing and execution of divorce. With the ever-increasing rates of divorce, it is important to have an awareness of laws regarding filing, custody, and alimony. Here are…

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Has the Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado Increased Motor Vehicle Accidents?

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In recent years, we have for the first time seen the legalization of a substance that was outlawed since the early 1930’s. This has raised a lot of questions as to the long-term impact of such legalization. One…

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The Laws Surrounding Motor Vehicle Theft in Colorado

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?

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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Colorado Judge: State Law Doesn’t Apply to City

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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Judgement Still Pending as gang-rape Case Brings Death Threats to the Presiding Colorado Judge.

Judgement Still Pending as gang-rape Case Brings Death Threats to the Presiding Colorado Judge.

Crimes of sexual assault and rape against children are especially harrowing and hard to digest in the legal world. And when the followers of a 2016 gang-rape trial were unhappy with the sentencing decision that was made for…

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Colorado Soon to Be the Only State Without a Sex Offender’s Registry

Colorado Soon to Be the Only State Without a Sex Offender’s Registry

If you have not heard of Michael McFadden then perhaps you do not have children living in Colorado. McFadden is a 46 year old man who was convicted on six charges of sexual assault against children and was …

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