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  • What Is Voter Fraud?
    What Is Voter Fraud?

    Legal Voting in the 2020 Presidential Election The presidential election is approaching, so you must prepare to exercise your voting rights properly. If you read or watch the news, you may have heard ...

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  • Colorado Chance to Compete Law
    Colorado Chance to Compete Law

    CO Helps Employees by Banning the Box This time last year, Colorado banned the box for employers with 11 or more employees. This time next year, all employers are required to ban the box. What does ...

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  • I Got a Restraining Order Against Me. Now What?
    I Got a Restraining Order Against Me. Now What?

    The Meaning Behind Your Restraining Order Restraining orders are issued by courts to protect a victim from suffering further abuse and harassment. Domestic violence cases are common situations in ...

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  • The Difference Between Detention & Arrest
    The Difference Between Detention & Arrest

    What to Know About Detention & Arrest A person is walking down a busy street during the summertime when they are stopped by the police. This individual is wearing a heavy jacket that looks like it’s ...

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  • 5 Steps to Follow If You Suffered an Injury at Work
    5 Steps to Follow If You Suffered an Injury at Work

    Workers’ Compensation Rights in Colorado What may seem like another average day at work could turn catastrophic following a work-related injury. Suffering an injury on the job is not only painful and ...

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  • Minor Drug Possession Is No Longer a Felony in CO
    Minor Drug Possession Is No Longer a Felony in CO

    Reforming Minor Drug Possession Charges in Colorado Colorado is paving the way for criminal justice reform, as it recently enacted HB19-1263 which makes minor drug possession a felony rather than a ...

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