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July 2016 Archives

Why does domestic violence often feel invisible?

It's well known that domestic violence is actually quite common. In fact, some reports have claimed it's more common for women to experience it than for them to get breast cancer, diabetes, or cervical cancer. Yet, even so, it often feels like an invisible issue. Below are a few reasons why:

The 5 things you need to know about marijuana laws in Colorado

While some may still sneer at the fact that Colorado legalized medical and recreational marijuana, there is no doubt now that it has had a huge impact on our state, particularly our revenue. As a 2015 Forbes article explains, by about this time last year, our state had accumulated $55 million in recreational marijuana sales alone. For medical marijuana, total sales reached a staggering $96 million.

What will you do about a false DUI arrest?

It is good to know that authorities are cracking down on driving under the influence. With the right approach, it's possible to save many lives every year. However, there is something you need to know: Police have become overzealous in targeting people who may be driving under the influence.

Experience matters when it comes to criminal defense

Have you been charged with a crime? From a drug crime to driving under the influence, you should know one thing: A conviction will change your life forever. With so much on the line, it is important that you know your rights, how the legal process will unfold and what you can do to improve your chance of avoiding serious punishment.

The nystagmus test: The unwanted eye appointment with police

During traffic stops for suspected drunk driving, police often go through a battery of standardized field sobriety tests most people have either witnessed being performed on the side of the road, in the movies or have personally had to participate in. One of which is the horizontal gaze nystagmus, or simply the HGN test.

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