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Colorado’s Red Flag Law Goes into Effect Next Month

In January of 2020, Colorado’s red flag law will take effect. The proposed bill was approved by Governor Jared Polis earlier this year but was met with some resistance. Many of the state’s police departments said they would ignore the law, as it violates people’s constitutional rights. What Is a Red Flag Law? In response to the number of...

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Safe Driving During Winter Months

Following Safe Driving Laws Not only are there safety practices to follow during snowy months in Colorado, there are laws that apply to our vehicles during winter months, as well. Law enforcement officials have created laws to follow with regard to tires that help protect you and other drivers on the road. The Active Traction Law (code 15) requires motorists to have...

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| Read Time: 2 minutes | Criminal Defense

What Are Police Looking for on Social Media?

Warning: Social Media Posts Are Forever No matter charges you are facing, there is always a risk of social media being brought into you case as evidence. Even if you have scoured your recent posts and deleted anything you thought could be used against you, deleted posts are still accessible by law enforcement. If you are facing criminal charges,...

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| Read Time: 2 minutes | Personal Injury

Bicycle Accidents: Safety on the Road

Bicycle injuries and accidents on the road are often caused by driver negligence or reckless actions. Death or serious injury can be the result of such bicycle accidents, as Colorado residents hear about in the news every month. If you have been injured in a bicycle accident, it pays to seek legal counsel from an experienced attorney who has your...

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Victory: Jury Acquits Man Charged with Second-Degree Murder

In 2015, University of Colorado Boulder student Ian Scheuermann, now 23, was charged with second-degree murder after he got into a brawl with fellow student Sean Hudson and stabbed him six times, resulting in Hudson’s death. Scheuermann argued self-defense, saying that Hudson and his friends were looking to start a fight. Ian is quoted as saying he was “trying...

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How Long Will a Juvenile Offense Stay on My Record?

While juvenile court tends to focus on rehabilitation rather than punishment, it still doesn’t allow automatic expungements when a young offender turns 18. Unless you specifically ask for an expungement from the court, your record will remain confidential unless it’s requested by others, such as a potential employer or landlord. The offense can make your future life extremely difficult,...

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What You Need to Know About Defective Product Claims

People rarely expect a defective item to have a significant impact on their lives. However, even a slight defect in something as important as a car can have an enormous effect on the safety of the vehicle. For example, Takata Corp. was responsible for the largest automotive recall in history after people discovered Takata’s faulty airbags could and did...

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Beware of Swimming Pool Accidents this Summer

Summer is the optimal time to get some great use out of your swimming pool. Many families enjoy spending their days lounging by the pool, sunbathing, swimming, playing, or attending neighborhood pool parties. While swimming pools can be the entertainment center of your home, they come with a certain number of hazards and risks which are impossible to ignore....

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| Read Time: 2 minutes | In The News

Police Begin Using GPS Tracking Darts in Colorado

New technology is being used by the police of Colorado in order to circumvent possible hazardous situations on the road. This new GPS technology comes in the form of darts, which are deployed from squad cars. The purpose of these darts is to stop high-speed pursuits and even prevent them from taking place at all. These darts, StarChase, use...

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4 Signs of Hospital Negligence

Patients unknowingly suffer from hospital negligence every day. Do you know the signs and indicators to look for? Below, we list 4 of the most common signs, and we explain how to file a claim if you or a loved one have suffered. 1.Bedsores Also known as pressure ulcers, bedsores are blister-like marks on the skin that form when someone has...

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