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Drug overdoses and drug charges

Colorado has seen changes to its drug laws in recent years, perhaps most notably in the area of recreational use of marijuana. Other recent changes have made the opportunity to seal convictions for drug-related offenses available to a wider range of people. Many courts and prosecutor’s offices throughout the state have developed more sophisticated and effective ways to address drug-related charges. Still, Colorado’s laws continue to impose serious consequences for drug possession and distribution. This evolving area of law reflects the criminal justice system’s response to issues related to controlled substances in Colorado’s communities.

Understanding Domestic Violence

Dating abuse. Dating violence. Abusive dating behaviors. There are many words that we use to describe domestic violence. Many people think that domestic violence is rare, or that it is not something that occurs in their age cohort, the truth is that domestic violence occurs among college students too. College students can find unexpectedly find themselves the victims of domestic abuse.

When do police have to read you your rights?

If you've ever watched a police drama, you probably know what your Miranda rights are. Starting with your right to remain silent, police officers are often heard reciting these rights to an individual as they are being arrested.Real life, however, is a far cry from a crime show, so where do they differ? Do police always have to read you your rights?

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