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April 2016 Archives

The psychology behind repeat DUI offenses

When Colorado lawmakers made fourth-time DUIs a felony offense last year, many people wondered if this was the answer to reducing the number of drunk driving accidents in the state. Many are hopeful it will, but is stricter legislation really the most effective deterrent for repeat offenders?

Taking pot in and out of Colorado: Is it a crime?

The legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado was seen by many as a major triumph over oppressive federal laws that have kept the drug criminalized for decades despite growing research suggesting that the drug is not as harmful as we once thought it was.

Domestic violence and its male victims

As a 2014 article written for the Mint Press News so aptly explained, it's difficult to talk about the subject of domestic violence without warranting some level of trepidation. While it's important to remain sensitive to its victims - which, in a majority of cases, are women - it's important not to ignore other truths about the subject, such as the fact that men can also be victims of domestic violence.

Colorado Springs charter school teacher charged with sex crimes

On April 21, a 40-year-old male teacher was arrested and booked on suspicion of sexual assault of a child by a person in a position of trust. The teacher, who is from the Ambassador Academy charter school, was the subject of an investigation that started on April 20.

There are things you can do after a false DUI arrest

Police are so intent on cracking down on drunk driving that they often target people who are sober. To police, this may appear to be a case of "it is better to be safe than sorry." Of course, the victim in such a situation does not feel the same way. After all, a DUI arrest can change a person's life forever.

How do Colorado colleges see marijuana?

The Princeton Review is well known for its "best of" edition, which recently listed the best colleges to attend for students who love to smoke marijuana. There were 136,000 students surveyed from 380 colleges. The questions was "How wide is use of marijuana at your college?" Perhaps not unexpectedly, two of the top ten colleges are Colorado College and the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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