What Constitutes First-Degree Assault in Colorado?

Sometimes, interactions between people escalate. Sometimes they become physical, and sometimes, getting into a physical confrontation with someone else results in criminal assault charges. Furthermore, who you assault often plays a big role in how you’re charged. Recently, KKTV’s “Monday’s Most Wanted” highlights several Coloradans facing a laundry list of charges, such as second-degree assault…

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Gift Yourself a Clean Slate — Have Your CO Criminal Record Sealed

A criminal record can follow you around for life. Every time you apply for housing, apply for a job, or even apply for financial aid, your criminal history can have a negative impact on your future. That’s why many people consider sealing their criminal records in Colorado. If you’re thinking of having your criminal record…

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Colorado Law Enforcement Is Tough on Heroin

Unfortunately, the opioid epidemic continues to sweep across the country – and Colorado is not immune to its reach. Police in Colorado Springs recently intercepted over $100,000 worth of narcotics, including over three pounds of heroin. The people arrested face some serious drug trafficking charges, but their charges underscore just how serious Colorado takes possession…

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Pardon Me Please: Colorado Clemency and How It Works

So you’ve been convicted of a crime and served your time – what now? You may find that even though you’ve done the time for your crime, the aftereffects are still pretty strong. You may not be able to own a firearm, seek better employment opportunities, or even rent a home for your family –…

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