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Penalties for Violating Restraining Orders in Colorado
Penalties for Violating Restraining Orders in Colorado

Colorado law makes it a misdemeanor to violate a protective order (often called a restraining order ) where penalties can reach up to 24 months in jail and/or $5,000 in fines. How severely a violation is punished depends upon which kind of protective order was in place and ...

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    Since domestic violence is a serious national issue, many states have enacted laws that specifically address these types of violent crimes. In fact, ...

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    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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    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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    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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