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  • The Importance of Your Right to Remain Silent
    The Importance of Your Right to Remain Silent

    “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for ...

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  • Accused of Sexual Assault? Here's What to Do
    Accused of Sexual Assault? Here's What to Do

    A false allegation of sexual assault can have a devastating impact on your personal and professional reputation, even though you are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. But in ...

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  • What is Menacing?
    What is Menacing?

    In Colorado, menacing is a criminal offense which occurs if a person knowingly places, or attempts to place, another individual in fear of imminent serious bodily injury. “Serious bodily injury” means ...

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  • If I Didn't Steal it, Is Possessing Stolen Property a Crime?
    If I Didn't Steal it, Is Possessing Stolen Property a Crime?

    The answer to this question is complicated. In order for the court to convict you, it must determine that the property was stolen, that you were in control of the property, and that you were aware the ...

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  • When Is a Search & Seizure Illegal?
    When Is a Search & Seizure Illegal?

    The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects all U.S. citizens from “unreasonable” search and seizures. This law protects the average person from a police officer conducting a search without ...

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  • How Long Will a Juvenile Offense Stay on My Record?
    How Long Will a Juvenile Offense Stay on My Record?

    If you or your child has a juvenile offense on record, you might think that it will automatically go away at a certain point, but even after you reach the age of 18, the offense will remain on record, ...

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