A Colorado man arrested for growing medical marijuana saw his defense take a serious blow this week when a U.S. District Judge sided with federal prosecutors. Christopher Bartkowicz, a Denver resident who was arrested in February for growing pot in his basement.
Do you or does someone you know drive a car in Colorado using a license from another state? If so, you may be very interested in the following information. It is a fairly common misconception that getting a ticket in another state isn’t a big deal because that state has no authority to impair or revoke an out-of-state license.
The case involving the recent arrest of heiress Paris Hilton outside of a Las Vegas casino for alleged cocaine possession may hinge on whether police followed search and seizure laws.
As of July 1st, 2010, anyone charged with a multiple DUI or DWAI in Colorado will be facing much harsher penalties. House Bill 1347, effective in July, takes discretion away from judges in sentencing these cases.
Nearly 10 years ago voters in Colorado legalized the use of marijuana for medical purposes. This law lay dormant during the Bush years, as federal law enforcement continued to enforce federal prohibitions against marijuana even in states which had legalized medical use.
On July 1st, 2010, there were very significant changes made by the Colorado Legislature to the Indecent Exposure and Public Indecency statutes.