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Child Abuse Laws in Colorado
Child Abuse Laws in Colorado

Child abuse in Colorado involves harming a minor under 16 years of age or placing that child in harm’s way. Common examples of child abuse include physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, allowing a child to be unreasonably placed in a dangerous situation, and driving under ...

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