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February 2016 Archives

Protect your rights when dealing with the police

Nearly everyone who has ever watched a cop or detective show on television thinks they have a basic understanding of their rights in an encounter with the police. But in truth, things usually aren't as straightforward as they appear on TV.

Guilty plea in sex crime case by former cheerleading coach

A 23-year-old man who worked as a coach at a Colorado Springs, Colorado, cheerleading academy has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust. The guilty plea was part of a plea deal in which he could spend eight years to life in prison. He could also get 20 years to life on intensive supervised probation for a sex offender. However, this means that he could end up in a community-based corrections program. He is due to be sentenced on May 18.

Statute of Limitations for sex crimes on the ballot

Colorado used the Cosby sex allegations as a reason to double the statute of limitations time for sexual assault charges from 10 years to 20 years. The Colorado House committee voted unanimously to approve the bill, which now allows victims of sexual assault to press legal charges for up to 20 years after an alleged assault. This was all prompted by two Colorado women alleging they were assaulted by Cosby at least 30 years ago.

You must fight domestic violence charges to protect your future

Being charged with domestic violence can turn your life upside down. Suddenly, everything can change. You may not be able to return to your home, see your children and in some instances, you could lose your job. This can all happen before you even appear in court on the charges.

Are you familiar with the high cost of drunk driving?

Drinking and driving is currently the most frequently committed crime in the United States. While there are other crimes considered more serious, this one has an impact on the people who drink and drive, others on the road, and the economy as a whole.

Colorado has new law: Felony now for fourth drunk driving charge

Colorado has raised the bar on DUIs. In June of last year, Colorado lawmakers enacted a bill to charge DUI offenders with a felony if they are on their fourth or subsequent offense. The new law is expected to be a deterrent for drunk drivers; it came about after a push from families who have been affected by repeat DUI offenders. Anyone who has already had three prior DUI convictions, as well as future drivers convicted over three times, will be charged with a felony if they have another DUI arrest.

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