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  • Is it Illegal to Leave the Scene of a Car Accident in Colorado?
    Is it Illegal to Leave the Scene of a Car Accident in Colorado?

    In Colorado, it is illegal for a person to leave the scene of an accident without fulfilling their duties under the law. This applies whether or not an individual was injured or whether the vehicle or ...

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  • What’s the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?
    What’s the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

    Wills and trusts are both estate planning instruments that allow you to give specific directives about how you want your property managed and distributed. These legal documents could clear challenges ...

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  • Is it Illegal to Purchase a Gun for Someone Else in Colorado?
    Is it Illegal to Purchase a Gun for Someone Else in Colorado?

    Under state and federal laws, it is illegal for a person to use their own information on firearm paperwork to purchase a gun for someone who cannot lawfully have one. Engaging in this activity is ...

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  • Who Do I File a Claim Against After a Rideshare Accident?
    Who Do I File a Claim Against After a Rideshare Accident?

    Ridesharing apps allow you to “hail” a ride from one place to another using your phone. In the U.S., the use of these services, the most popular of which are Uber and Lyft, has increased dramatically ...

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  • What Are Colorado’s Marijuana DUI Laws?
    What Are Colorado’s Marijuana DUI Laws?

    In January of 2014, Colorado legalized recreational use of marijuana, allowing adults 21 and over to buy and use the substance. However, it cannot be consumed in public areas, and a person who is ...

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  • Are Credit Card Fraud and Identity Theft the Same Thing?
    Are Credit Card Fraud and Identity Theft the Same Thing?

    Credit card fraud and identity theft aren’t the same offenses. Identity theft is when a person’s identity is stolen, whereas credit card fraud is when someone’s financial device, such as a credit or ...

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