Call Today 303.622.3281
Featured Article
The Dark Web: The Internet’s Third Layer
The Dark Web: The Internet’s Third Layer

Beneath accessible websites and pages that require passwords to get into lies a hidden (and somewhat chaotic) side of the internet known as the Dark Web. Because of the way it’s accessed, the Dark Web allows users to remain anonymous while doing things online. Although it ...

Read More
Recent Posts
  • The Dark Web: The Internet’s Third Layer

    Beneath accessible websites and pages that require passwords to get into lies a hidden (and somewhat chaotic) side of the internet known as the Dark Web. Because of the way it’s accessed, the Dark Web ...

    Read More
  • New Colorado Law Aims to Reduce Pre-Trial Jail Stays

    Typically, after a person is arrested, they must wait in jail until they post bond or until their scheduled hearing date. Unfortunately, being released from custody is not always quick, and the length ...

    Read More
  • What Is Mail Fraud?

    Mail fraud occurs when someone uses the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) or other interstate delivery companies to send an item to another person or entity with the intent to defraud and/or deprive them of ...

    Read More
  • Is Money Laundering a State or Federal Crime?

    Money laundering is a type of fraud or financial crime in which an individual takes money that was illegally obtained and funnels it through lawful businesses to conceal its origins. This type of ...

    Read More
  • What Are My Sixth Amendment Rights?

    The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution includes several rights for criminal defendants to ensure they receive a fair trial. This article guarantees the right to a speedy trial, the right to ...

    Read More
  • What Are Inchoate Crimes?

    The word inchoate refers to something that is not fully formed or complete. In criminal law, an inchoate crime refers to an individual's unsuccessful attempts at carrying out an intended offense (also ...

    Read More