Millions are following the news about the murder of Gabby Petito, a 22-year old vlogger who was killed while travelling across the country in a van with her boyfriend. There were multiple 911 calls reporting domestic violence involving the couple. Many wonder if the police could have prevented this tragedy.
A DUI charge in Colorado comes with numerous inconveniences, among them the possible loss of your driving privileges through the DMV following an administrative hearing. What does that process look like? How long does the revocation last? Is there a way to challenge the DMV revocation? Read on for our free legal advice!
With more people out of work come more unemployment fraud cases. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says 2020 was a record-breaking year for these. We take a look here at the unique features of this type of offense and tell you what to expect if you or someone close to you is being charged.
Probation is an important part of the American criminal justice system, and a complicated one. It varies across jurisdictions and between cases, and many people find themselves with questions about this alternative to jail time. Whether you're dealing with your own criminal matter, a loved one's, or you're merely curious, this post will help clear things up.
A DUI conviction can come with serious financial hardships. The costs are spread over years and come from many directions, including DMV and court-ordered therapies. Many people don't realize how expensive these charges can be; once you've been informed, staying sober on the road is a no-brainer.
Driving under the influence leads to more serious injuries than accidents that happen while sober, and also leads to serious consequences in court. Here some of the ways that getting behind the wheel while impaired can affect your life for the worse.
America's body of unsolved crimes grows every year. Law enforcement experts have developed strategies to help police officers resolve these "cold cases," and their recommendations are in a document published by the National Institute of Justice. Let's look at the highlights!
The second impeachment of former President Trump, in connection with the January 6th Capitol riot, has illuminated a constitutional issue that lawmakers of the past have already debated: does Congress have the jurisdiction to involve a former public official, now a private citizen, in an impeachment proceeding?
The more we do online, the more visible our habits and personal information become. This presents an opportunity for digital identity theft, a crime likely to be increasingly common in the years ahead. What should you do about it? Pretend it's not real? Human sacrifice to the gods of Google? Other?
SB 19-166 is a bill passed last spring in Colorado; it requires the POST board, a police oversight body, to strip officers of certification when they lie in specific contexts. What are the origins of this bill? And what does it aim to accomplish?