Verbal Abuse Allegations Come to Surface in a Denver Intra-firm Law Suit

On May 18, 2018, a Denver lawyer sued her two partners for breach of contract while also accusing them of verbal abuse, citing it as the reason she was forced out of the firm she had 1/3 equal…

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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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Uber Disputes Recent Claims of Hiring Drunk Driver After $9 Million in Fines

If you haven’t already heard the headline DUI news in Denver this week, then let me fill you in on it: Uber is disputing claims that a man who was arrested for driving three times over the legal limit after…

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Are the 2018 Lightened Sexting Laws a Bad Idea?

While you or I might think that sexting is harmless fun for long distance relationships or the occasional bored afternoon, the same cannot be said for teenagers. Sexting was once a favorite past time of many youths, but the increase…

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All 26 Sweet Leaf Marijuana Centers Could be Stripped of Licenses After the Discovery of Illegal Sales

Late last year the popular marijuana dispensary chain, Sweet Leaf, was shut down after a police sting uncovered an illicit looping sales scheme that was being used to allow customers to buy far more than the legal daily amount of…

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Colorado’s Newest Supreme Court Chief Announced

Late last week it was announced that Jusitce Nathan Coats will be the court’s next Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court. His post will begin June 30 when current Chief Justice, Nancy Rice retires. Chief Justice Rice…

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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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Should Colorado Have a Free-Range Parenting Law?

Utah bесаmе thе fіrѕt ѕtаtе tо pass a “frее-rаngе раrеntіng” lаw in a bill sponsored by Rерublісаn Stаtе Sеn. Lіnсоln Fіllmоrе. Utаh wіll bесоmе thе fіrѕt ѕtаtе in thе country tо lеgаlіzе “frее-rаngе раrеntіng,” a lооѕе tеrm thаt…

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Revenge Porn Law in Colorado

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Just like any other state in the United States, Colorado has a legal structure that attends to crime and other legal issues in the state. There has been recent concern generated due to the increase in cases of…

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Being High and the DUI

Since the 2014 legalization of marijuana in Colorado a plethora of highly debated laws have followed, spun forth by the mixed mindset of Colorado residents. They have defined, for the time being, the immediate issues that hang around the legalization of marijuana…

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