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  • What Are Inchoate Crimes?
    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 ...

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  • Attorney David L. Owen, Jr. Serves as Vice-Chair for Re-Entry Program
    Attorney David L. Owen, Jr. Serves as Vice-Chair for Re-Entry Program

    Attorney David L. Owen, Jr. Serves as Vice-Chair for Re-Entry Program Attorney David L. Owen, Jr. serves as the Vice-Chair of Second Chance Center, Inc. (SCC), a nationally recognized organization ...

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  • Can Texts Be Used as Evidence in Court?
    Can Texts Be Used as Evidence in Court?

    To present a particular item as evidence in court, the prosecution must follow specific rules, which require that the item be authentic and relevant to the case. These rules were established long ...

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  • Assault Charges & Penalties
    Assault Charges & Penalties

    Assault is defined as the threat or attempt to physically touch or strike a person in an offensive manner, causing bodily harm either knowingly or recklessly. There are three degrees of assault with ...

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  • What is the “Make My Day” Law?
    What is the “Make My Day” Law?

    Colorado’s Home Defense Law Colorado’s Make My Day law, C.R.S. 18-1-704.5, gives gun-owning homeowners the right to shoot an intruder in self-defense if they believe that the intruder was there to ...

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  • Understanding Arson Charges
    Understanding Arson Charges

    Colorado Arson Charges Explained According to Colorado law, arson is the unlawful act of setting fire to a property causing damages. There are four degrees of arson charges in Colorado. Your penalties ...

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