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What You Should Know About Colorado’s Police Reform Bill
What You Should Know About Colorado’s Police Reform Bill

On Saturday, June 13, 2020, the Colorado Senate passed the “Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity” bill, which addresses the recent Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality and ensures accountability by law enforcement departments throughout the state in the near ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • A Political Bumper Sticker May Increase Your Chances of Getting Pulled Over

    Bumper stickers on vehicles are a simple way to make a statement, whether your child made the honor roll or you’re supporting your favorite football ...

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  • History of LGBTQ+ Community & Police Brutality

    June is LGBQT+ Pride Month, celebrating and honoring the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning Americans have made to ...

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  • Who is Liable in an Uber/Lyft Accident in Colorado?

    Rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft have become popular modes of transportation for residents and visitors in Colorado in recent years. All you ...

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  • Who Can Be Held Liable in a Colorado Truck Accident?

    Collisions involving semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, and other types of large commercial trucks are devastating. Since these commercial vehicles are ...

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  • What Happens If I’m Accused of Being Partly to Blame for an Accident?

    If one person causes another individual’s injury due to his/her negligent actions, then the injured party may be eligible to file a personal injury ...

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  • What are the Elements of a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Were you or a loved one recently injured due to another person’s careless or negligent actions? If so, then you may be entitled to financial ...

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  • Assault vs. Battery in Colorado: What's the Difference?

    Folks often, mistakenly, use the phrase “assault and battery” as a singular term to describe a violent criminal act. However, in Colorado, these two ...

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  • Could I Be Charged with Vehicular Assault?

    In Colorado, the law holds drivers responsible for any harm they cause in an accident, which means you could be charged with assault for crashing into ...

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  • The Benefits of a DMV Hearing for DUI

    In the state of Colorado, any driver charged with an alcohol-related offense will face potential administrative disciplinary action from the DMV, ...

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