Criminal Defense News

Legal Expert Says Revenge Porn Causes Traumatic Event

August 6, 2018

The recent events involving the resignation of first-term Illinois Republican State Representative Nick Sauer amid allegations that he posted nude pictures of his ex-girlfriend on a phony social media account…
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#MeToo: Morgan Freeman Fights Sexual Harassment Claims

June 5, 2018

This past year has seen Hollywood in a complete freefall over an avalanche of allegations and claims of everything from inappropriate behavior to sexual harassment to rape. Now, it seems…
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Budweiser Heir Cited for Assault at Son’s Practice

March 27, 2018

Even the wealthiest heirs can run afoul of the law and commit an alleged assault without putting too much thought to their behavior. Such was the case with Anheuser-Busch heir…
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Death Penalty Debate Reignited in CO after Recent High-Profile Murder Cases

September 8, 2015

Should the death penalty be repealed in Colorado? This is a question that many in the state are now asking in the aftermath of verdicts recently handed down in two…
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Colorado Felony DUI Bill News: Bill Watered Down Amid Cost Concerns

March 31, 2015

In the midst growing national attention and increasing concerns about its costs, the Colorado felony DUI bill currently making its way through the state legislature has recently been revised. In…
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Study: Most in Denver Jail’s High-Risk Unit Are Inmates with TBI

March 25, 2015

Nearly every inmate in the high-risk unit at Denver’s Downtown Detention Center has a traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to the findings of a recently released study from the University…
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Prosecutorial Misconduct: Las Animas DA Admits Mishandling Cases 

February 16, 2015

The district attorney for Las Animas and Huerfano counties – Third Judicial District Attorney Frank Ruybalid – has recently copped to mishandling more than 12 criminal cases since 2010 as…
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Boulder DA Notes “Need” for Colorado Felony DUI Law after Man Gets 12th DUI Arrest

January 31, 2015

A 49-year-old man was arrested for his 12th alleged DUI this week in Longmont, and now some, including Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett, are noting that this proves a “need”…
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Supreme Court May Review Colorado DUI Case, Blood Test Issues

December 8, 2014

A Colorado DUI case involving issues regarding blood evidence may be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court as early as January, as Arapahoe County prosecutors backed by 13 other states…
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Police Need Warrants to Search Cellphones, Supreme Court Rules

July 8, 2014

The public’s right to privacy is more important than law enforcement’s need to immediately investigate potential crimes, according to a recently issued Supreme Court ruling. In fact, in the highly…
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