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

Does Colorado Have an Open Container Law? Drinking while driving is against the law in all states in the nation. And in order to combat drinking while driving, many states, including that of Colorado, have passed open container laws. These laws prohibit an open container… Read More

In an attempt to eradicate organized crime in our state, the Colorado legislature passed the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, or COCCA Colorado. (There is also a federal Organized Crime Control Act, which was signed under Nixon in October of 1970.) The COCCA in Colorado… Read More