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  • The COVID-19 Effect: Increased Alcohol Consumption & Substance Abuse
    The COVID-19 Effect: Increased Alcohol Consumption & Substance Abuse

    Understanding COVID-19 Coping Mechanisms & Criminal Penalties Since stay-at-home orders throughout the United States were imposed in March, alcohol sales have increased, according to Nielsen . Further ...

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  • Accused of Being a 'Porch Pirate’ This Holiday Season?
    Accused of Being a 'Porch Pirate’ This Holiday Season?

    Accused of Being Naughty this Year? Don’t Get Stuck with Coal. Online shopping is the prime method of buying gifts this holiday season, and COVID-19 is a significant reason for that. However, online ...

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  • Serious Injuries Caused by Vaping
    Serious Injuries Caused by Vaping

    What Are the Dangers of Vaping? Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, vapes, mods, e-hookahs, and electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), have serious dangers for kids, teens and ...

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  • Is Catfishing Illegal in Colorado?
    Is Catfishing Illegal in Colorado?

    Understanding Online Impersonation Crimes Catfishing has become a significant cultural phenomenon that relies on deception to lure another person into a relationship or target them in harmful ways. ...

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  • 5 Common Crimes Committed on Halloween
    5 Common Crimes Committed on Halloween

    Beware: Illicit Activities Are Frequent on Halloween Night Halloween is a beloved holiday for many Americans, allowing them to dress-up, trick-or-treat and party. However, like with all good things, ...

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  • How the Appeals Process Works
    How the Appeals Process Works

    Were You Found Guilty at Trial? File an Appeal. The worst word a criminal defendant can hear is “guilty.” However, that doesn’t mean the fight for freedom is over. If you are unhappy with your guilty ...

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