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New Colorado Laws in 2020
New Colorado Laws in 2020

When the new year just around the corner, several laws that were enacted during the 2019 legislative session will go into effect. The following are some of the new laws that will take effect on January 1, 2020: Red flag law – When a person believes another individual is a ...

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    • What You Need to Know About Marijuana DUIs

      Did you know that there are now more marijuana dispensaries in Colorado than there are Starbucks shops? With the growth of the cannabis industry still ...

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    • Colorado Law Enforcement Increases DUI Arrests Over the Holidays

      The holiday season always sees a rise in DUI incidents, but with DUI-related deaths especially high this year, law enforcement has become particularly ...

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    • Marijuana DUI Defendants are Being Acquitted in Colorado

      In the state of Colorado, marijuana is legal for adult recreational use. However, driving under the influence of marijuana is still illegal. Police ...

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    • 5 Common Crimes that Occur on Halloween

      Halloween is a fun and spooky time for children and adults alike. The youth are looking forward to trick-or-treating all night, while their older ...

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    • Hate Crimes in Colorado

      In recent years, hate crimes—also known as bias-motivated crimes—have become more prevalent. According to a report by the Federal Bureau of ...

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    • Ban-the-Box Law in Colorado Goes into Effect on September 1, 2019

      On September 1, 2019, Colorado’s ban-the-box law will take effect, essentially removing job barriers for individuals with criminal records and giving ...

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    • Is Lane Splitting Against the Law in Colorado?

      When it comes to traffic jams, many motorcyclists ride between lanes over the dashed white line to pass slowed to stopped vehicles on roads and ...

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    • Colorado’s New Traction Law

      Colorado’s new traction law went into effect on September 1, 2019, requiring all drivers traveling on Interstate 70 between Dotsero and Morrison—as ...

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    • Driver’s License Point System in Colorado

      Every time you receive a traffic citation or commit a vehicle-related offense, each conviction is reported to the Colorado DMV. "Each type of ...

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  • DUI
    • Free Rides in Denver on New Year’s Eve

      Thousands of people in Denver will be celebrating the New Year by going out to bars and parties. Unfortunately, New Year’s Eve is one of the most ...

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    • DUI Statistics During Thanksgiving Weekend

      Thanksgiving is a time where family and friends enjoy feasting on delicious food and watching football together. In addition, alcohol consumption is ...

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    • 5 Tips to Avoid a DUI This Holiday Season

      The holidays consist of festive gatherings with family and friends, an abundance of joy and cheer, and even alcohol consumption. Unfortunately, ...

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    • What’s the Difference Between Felony & Misdemeanor DUI?

      If you have been arrested for DUI in Colorado , and it is your first or second DUI offense, it will be treated as a misdemeanor. The state of Colorado ...

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    • Vehicular Homicide Laws in Colorado

      Colorado motorists can face vehicular homicide charges if they kill another person while operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or ...

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    • Talking DUI: Can I Refuse to Take A Breathalyzer?

      If you, more often than not, drive here and there while drinking alcohol, then there’s a high likelihood that you’ll get stopped by the police. And ...

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    • Free Rides in Denver on New Year’s Eve

      Thousands of people in Denver will be celebrating the New Year by going out to bars and parties. Unfortunately, New Year’s Eve is one of the most ...

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    • Do DUI Arrests Increase During the Summer?

      Now that summer is here, many people will be going out for picnics and making trips to nearby rivers and lakes. Since people tend to have more free ...

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    • What To Do After You Have Been Arrested For a DUI

      If it is your first time being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) , you are likely worrying about what you should do next. After all, ...

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    • Common Defense Strategies for Drug Crimes

      Have you or someone you know been arrested for a drug-related crime? At the Orr Law Firm, we understand how frightening it can be to face charges for ...

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    • FAQ: Denver Marijuana Laws

      Below, we answer some of the most common questions our lawyers are asked by clients regarding Denver’s marijuana laws . Question: How old must I be to ...

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    • What You Need to Know About Marijuana DUIs

      Did you know that there are now more marijuana dispensaries in Colorado than there are Starbucks shops? With the growth of the cannabis industry still ...

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    • New Colorado Laws in 2020

      When the new year just around the corner, several laws that were enacted during the 2019 legislative session will go into effect. The following are ...

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    • Ban-the-Box Law in Colorado Goes into Effect on September 1, 2019

      On September 1, 2019, Colorado’s ban-the-box law will take effect, essentially removing job barriers for individuals with criminal records and giving ...

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    • Denver Voters to Decide on Decriminalizing Magic Mushrooms

      While Colorado has become the first state to legalize recreational use of cannabis , the state capital looks to become the first city in the United ...

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    • Holiday Theft in Colorado

      From gift shopping and online ordering to family vacations and road trips, the holidays are a busy and frantic time of year. Since malls and stores ...

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    • What Is Embezzlement?

      Embezzlement occurs when a person is given control or over assets or property and steals what they are responsible for overseeing. Embezzlement crimes ...

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    • Three Common Holiday Theft Crimes

      Criminals don’t take the holidays off, and in fact would-be thieves begin perpetrating their crimes more often. There are many different reasons for ...

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