Marijuana DUIs

Marijuana DUIs

Since marijuana has been legalized for both medicinal and recreational purposes, people often overlook the fact that it is still considered a drug. People don’t think of marijuana in the same way they understand that drinking and driving is illegal and dangerous....
Slip and Fall Accidents – Who’s At Fault?

Slip and Fall Accidents – Who’s At Fault?

Everyone knows that moment when you feel like you are going to slip or fall – you grasp for anything to help break your fall and you feel like your life is flashing before your very eyes. Not everyone is so lucky to prevent or cushion their fall. Slip and fall...
How Colorado Charges for Burglary and Theft

How Colorado Charges for Burglary and Theft

If you have committed a theft or burglary in the state of Colorado, you will soon learn that it is no minor offense. Charges range from class 3 misdemeanors to class 3 felonies. Whether your intention was to harm anyone in the process of your theft or burglary or not,...
Seeking Help to Protect Your Child

Seeking Help to Protect Your Child

It has been said that one of the toughest decisions a district attorney can make is whether they need to try a person under 18 as a juvenile or as an adult in court. While it may seem obvious that anyone under 18 should be tried as a minor, certain violent acts are...
Dangers of Violating Your Probation Terms

Dangers of Violating Your Probation Terms

If you are lucky enough to receive probation in place of jail or prison, it is in your best interest to follow your terms, strictly. Probation occurs when a person is found guilty, or pleads guilty, of a criminal offense. Probation releases an offender from detention...
Is slow-motion video biasing jurors?

Is slow-motion video biasing jurors?

The use of slow-motion video has become common in criminal cases. But a new study has found that watching crimes at slower speeds leads viewers to falsely believe perps have more time to think about their actions and act with intent, potentially skewing verdicts against defendants.