What Crimes Have No Statute of Limitations in Colorado?


Both criminal and civil cases in Colorado are subject to the state’s statutes of limitations, or the allowed amount of time for a victim or prosecutor to begin legal proceedings against a party at fault or an alleged perpetrator. A statute is a law, and statutes of limitations are laws that impose a time limit…

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What to Know About the Decriminalization of Psychedelics in Colorado


You may have noticed that psychedelics are making news headlines today more than they have since the 1960s, with more and more users coming forward to speak about the benefits they’ve found for psychological conditions like depression, anorexia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder— conditions that remain resistant to other medications. Last year, Colorado became…

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What is boating under the influence?


Whether it is vacationers coming to Colorado for a getaway or residents relaxing on a weekend excursion away from home, the state’s numerous waterways and recreational spots are hard to pass up. Unfortunately, too many people see recreational waterways as an extension of their vacation activities and often pilot a watercraft under the influence of…

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What should business owners expect in a divorce?


Getting a divorce can be a costly process. While the average divorce can cost a spouse more than $10,000, it can be even more expensive for business owners. As a business owner, you should know that divorce can also impact your company in several different ways. Here are the most common outcomes for a business in…

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