Sex Offender Laws in Colorado


Colorado takes sex crimes very seriously, with rigorous prosecution of alleged sex crimes and harsh penalties upon conviction. Because the law considers convicted sex offenders as a threat to the public, they also face a lifetime with their name on a sex offender registry list with specific requirements for updating their information. A conviction for…

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Can Online Solicitation Be Charged as a Sex Crime in Colorado?


Colorado has some of the country’s harshest laws against sex crimes. Unfortunately, this makes it challenging to overcome charges such as online solicitation even when the accusations are false or a misinterpretation of the truth. Penalties for convictions of sex crimes such as online solicitation are severe and life-altering, making a swift and aggressive defense…

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What are the Legal Consequences of a Bar Fight?


The mix of alcoholic beverages, rowdy music, and lively conversation makes an evening in a bar or club a lot of fun. Unfortunately, alcohol also loosens inhibitions, and that doesn’t always work to our benefit. Sometimes there are things we regret the day after a night out, but waking up in jail the morning after…

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What to Know about a First Time DUI Offense in Colorado


Colorado takes drinking and driving very seriously. Driving while intoxicated risks lives and leaves the driver liable for damages in an accident. If you’ve been arrested on a DUI charge for the first time, you’re probably ashamed and embarrassed, as well as worried about what to expect and how this will impact your immediate future…

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Colorado Public Intoxication Laws


We all enjoy an occasional good time out with friends and a few drinks, but when does a good time cross the line into public intoxication, and how do Colorado laws address this issue? Whether you live in Colorado or plan a visit to the Rocky Mountain State, you may wish to have a clear…

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