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You can be innocent and still land in jail.

Yes. You read that correctly. Under Colorado’s new domestic violence gun laws, even though you have yet to be proven guilty, you can still end up in jail.

We explain how in our firm’s new white paper, “Colorado’s New Domestic Violence Gun Laws: Dangerous And Vague.” In this white paper, you will see how the law leaves the process so vague that a person facing charges can end up in jail if a domestic violence label gets attached to those charges.

We will also alert you to the various ways in which you can be affected by this new law. If you are a hunter, a law enforcement officer or a member of the military, your Second Amendment rights can be permanently compromised by Colorado’s new law. Our white paper can explain how.

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Colorado’s Vague
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