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Unemployment Insurance Fraud Unemployment insurance, also called UI or just unemployment, is a program that helps out-of-work Americans. Over the last several months since the COVID-19 pandemic began, millions of Americans have filed for unemployment through their state programs. This has resulted in an uptick in accusations of unemployment insurance fraud. Unemployment insurance programs across […]

Ketosis Defense Embracing a low-carb diet might result in weight loss and feeling healthier, but it could also get you arrested. It might sound crazy but it’s true. A low-carb diet can trick a breathalyzer test into producing false results. Breath tests or breathalyzer tests are administered at the scene of a traffic stop when […]

Selling Fake Drugs Selling illegal drugs or selling legal drugs without the proper authority to do so is illegal. But what if you sell something that is not really a drug or that is not the drug you claimed it to be? Can selling fake drugs get you into legal trouble? Yes. It’s a plain […]

Contradictory Verdict The Colorado Supreme Court recently upheld what appeared to be a contradictory verdict.  The court split 6-1 in favor of the defendant Michael W. Struckmeyer’s convictions. Struckmeyer was found guilty of two counts of child abuse after a child under his care suffered a traumatic brain injury. According to at least one medical […]

COVID-19 and the Legal System There is no denying that COVID-19 has affected everyone in the country in one way or another. Those involved in the criminal justice system are no exception. Federal, state, and local governments have all made changes that affect legal systems, which could result in an effect on you if you […]

Good Samaritan Laws Colorado’s Good Samaritan Law exists, in part, due to the epidemic of opioid and painkiller use in the state. Every year thousands of people die from drug overdoses and in many cases, those deaths could have been prevented had someone taken immediate action to seek medical attention. Most overdoses occur with at […]

Is Sharing Your Passwords a Crime

Is Sharing Your Passwords a Crime? Have you ever shared a password with a friend or relative? You aren’t alone. With the increase in streaming video and other online sources of entertainment that require a membership, people across the country are sharing their account information so friends and loved ones can access paid content. Only […]

OWI Arrests The court views punishment as a way to deter repeat offenders and protect the public from the harm caused by drunk drivers, so the penalties for those arrested on OWI charges tend to be severe. If you are arrested for driving under the influence, you could be faced with steep monetary fines, suspension […]

Detention for Child Pornography Crimes Law enforcement takes crimes related to child pornography very seriously and if you’re suspected of activities involving inappropriate materials that involve underage participates, you can expect to face severe punishment. In many cases, those accused of crimes this serious at the federal level are not given the option of bond. […]

5th Amendment Constitutional Rights Most people have heard the term “pleading the fifth.” It is used in television and movies on a regular basis, so most people have some idea what it means. But in reality, what it means to use the Fifth Amendment for protection can be complex and something you need to discuss […]



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