Every US state has had drunk driving statutes on the books for decades, but you may be surprised to learn that Colorado only recently enacted a law that cracks down on repeat offenders. Starting in 2015, the state implemented a system that increases the charges… Read More

Facing charges for driving under the influence (DUI) can be an anxiety-inducing and frustrating experience, particularly if you have never faced criminal charges before. Many Colorado residents are stopped and arrested for DUIs after they have even just one drink at dinner or while spending… Read More

Yes. Under Colorado open carry laws, most adults will be able to openly carry a firearm in the state. Colorado’s constitution has explicit protection for owning firearms, and only limited classes of people will not be able to either possess a firearm or openly carry… Read More

A significant number of Americans rely on their cell phones for personal and professional reasons. So, it’s inevitable that the information contained on these devices could have implications in a criminal case. However, can police take your phone without a warrant? The question is a… Read More

If you are under arrest for criminal charges, you probably assume that you’ll have to accept the consequences. However, there may be alternatives to incarceration and hefty fines. You should discuss your situation with an experienced Colorado criminal defense lawyer, but read on for some… Read More

Your emotions may be running high if you’re charged with a crime you didn’t commit, but it’s always important to remember that an arrest is not a conviction. Every person arrested for a crime is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. You’ll get… Read More