May 26 2017

Fifth Amendment Right to Remain Silent | Privilege Against Self Incrimination in Larimer County Courts

Thankfully, an inherent right given to you through the Constitution is your right to remain silent if what you have to say may lead to legal consequences. This 5th Amendment right protects you from having to admit to anything that could result in criminal charges against you. Imagine if we did not have this permission …

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May 23 2017

Fort Collins Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification Attorney | Statute of Limitations Means No Charges for Up Skirt Photos

A real estate broker from Denver will not be facing Invasion of Privacy for Sexual Gratification charges, even though he possessed up-skirt photos. How is this possible? Well, the man’s girlfriend, who initially found the videos and photos in August of 2015 on the broker’s email, didn’t report anything until February of 2017. Even though …

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May 19 2017

Fort Collins Sex Offender Polygraph Attorney | Use of Polygraphs in Sex Offender Treatment

The Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) relies heavily on the use of polygraphs to not only monitor convicted sex offenders’ compliance with probation, but also to delve into sexual histories, and assess attitudes about their crime. For years, this practice has been standard, but recently Colorado’s use of polygraphs has been met with scrutiny …

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May 16 2017

Fort Collins Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Attorney | Denver Operational Spring Cleanup

Recently, law enforcement agencies in the Denver area teamed up to arrest 19 sex offenders who had failed to register as sex offenders, as required. Fifty law enforcement employees including those from the U.S. Marshals Service, Colorado State Patrol, Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Lakewood Police Department, Thornton Police Department, and Westminster Police Department teamed up …

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May 12 2017

Fort Collins Criminal Defense Attorney | What is an Extraordinary Risk Crime?

Certain misdemeanor and felony crimes have been classified as having an extra risk of harm to society, so the penalty for these crimes have been increased. For example, a normal class 1 misdemeanor is punishable by 6 to 18 months in the Larimer County Jail. But, if that class 1 misdemeanor is an extraordinary risk …

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May 09 2017

Fort Collins Criminal Mischief Attorney | Woman Eggs Cars

I understand how easy it is to get annoyed with your neighbors. If you are unlucky enough to live next to rude or inconsiderate people in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park, you may understand where the subject of this blog is coming from. According to a news report, a woman, who lived with her …

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May 05 2017

Fort Collins Domestic Violence Attorney | Mandatory Reporting and Domestic Violence

It is not very often that you see advocates and victims in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park pushing for fewer measures to be taken in order to ‘protect’ them, but that seems to be the issue currently in front of Colorado lawmakers. House Bill 17-1322 would change the mandatory reporting laws, as they apply …

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May 02 2017

Fort Collins Sexual Assault on a Child Attorney | Father Posts Signs Telling Lies

  We might not all agree on the laws that the State of Colorado has passed, but they are the laws we are expected to follow in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park. According to a recent news report, a father found out his 16-year-old daughter was having an intimate relationship with their 21-year-old neighbor. …

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Apr 28 2017

Sexually Violent Predator Fort Collins Attorney | What is a SVP?

For some convicted of a crime like Sexual Assault or Sexual Assault on a Child in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park, the State of Colorado feels that simply registering as a sex offender is not enough. Those who have been labeled a Sexually Violent Predator also require community notification of intent to reside in …

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Apr 25 2017

Fort Collins Violation of a Protection Order Attorney | Violation of Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence Go Hand in Hand

A Fort Collins Colorado State University football player was recently arrested and charged with Violating a Protection Order as an act of Domestic Violence. Now he is not only facing criminal charges, he has also been suspended from the team. Another case of let’s treat someone who has been charged with a crime as if …

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