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    • Attorney Castle Involvement on the ICTY

      Attorney James Castle shares about his involvement on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The ICTY was established to address the Balkan war crimes that took place ...

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    • What to Do After an Arrest

      Colorado State is starting to get a reputation as one of the more lenient states in the country when it comes to criminal violations, especially those related to drug crimes . Despite this idea, there ...

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    • Illegal Drug Crimes in Colorado

      The War on Drugs has been going strong ever since it began in the 70's. Law enforcement agencies and federal organizations have been trying to deter people from involving themselves with potentially ...

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    • Why Drug Laws are Being Reformed

      The “War on Drugs” has always been surrounded in controversy. Did a harsh crackdown actually help stop drug crimes? Many would argue that it made the situation worse by driving people into poverty, ...

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    • How Legal Marijuana Use Has Affected Colorado Since 2012

      When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado State back in 2012, opponents of the legislation voiced their concerns that it would encourage addiction, direct people towards more dangerous ...

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    • What is Prescription Fraud?

      When most people get a prescription drug or medication, they follow the instructions to the letter, or do their best to do so, anyway. Most of us do not realize that how a prescription is used and ...

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  • DUI
    • Warrantless Blood Tests After DUI Arrests Found Unconstitutional

      One of law enforcement’s favorite tactics to secure driving under the influence ( DUI ) charges against a suspect is to conduct a blood test back at the station. Using a blood draw, which cannot be ...

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    • Should I Take a Field Sobriety Test?

      Seeing the flashing red and blue lights in your rear view mirror means you have to pull over for the highway patrol officer, but what else does the law require you to do? Cooperating with law ...

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  • FAQ
    • Should I Take a Field Sobriety Test?

      Seeing the flashing red and blue lights in your rear view mirror means you have to pull over for the highway patrol officer, but what else does the law require you to do? Cooperating with law ...

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    • What to Do After an Arrest

      Colorado State is starting to get a reputation as one of the more lenient states in the country when it comes to criminal violations, especially those related to drug crimes . Despite this idea, there ...

      Read More
    • Attorney Castle Involvement on the ICTY

      Attorney James Castle shares about his involvement on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The ICTY was established to address the Balkan war crimes that took place ...

      Read More
    • Warrantless Blood Tests After DUI Arrests Found Unconstitutional

      One of law enforcement’s favorite tactics to secure driving under the influence ( DUI ) charges against a suspect is to conduct a blood test back at the station. Using a blood draw, which cannot be ...

      Read More
    • How Legal Marijuana Use Has Affected Colorado Since 2012

      When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado State back in 2012, opponents of the legislation voiced their concerns that it would encourage addiction, direct people towards more dangerous ...

      Read More
    • Are Juveniles Penalized Differently Upon Conviction?

      There is a good deal of evidence collected from studies, reviews, and surveys that suggests that heavy criminal penalties like years in jail and thousands of dollars in fines does little to nothing to ...

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    • Marijuana Possession in Colorado: What Are My Rights?

      In November 2012, the state of Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana. As one of the few states to pass such legislature, residents were thrilled at this newfound freedom. All that to ...

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    • Substance Abuse & Teen Crime: Is There a Connection?

      Everyone knows that substance abuse among teens is a serious problem that must be dealt with, but do we really understand why ? One study showed that about half of adolescents have abused an illicit ...

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    • How Legal Marijuana Use Has Affected Colorado Since 2012

      When recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado State back in 2012, opponents of the legislation voiced their concerns that it would encourage addiction, direct people towards more dangerous ...

      Read More
    • Marijuana Possession in Colorado: What Are My Rights?

      In November 2012, the state of Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana. As one of the few states to pass such legislature, residents were thrilled at this newfound freedom. All that to ...

      Read More
    • Substance Abuse & Teen Crime: Is There a Connection?

      Everyone knows that substance abuse among teens is a serious problem that must be dealt with, but do we really understand why ? One study showed that about half of adolescents have abused an illicit ...

      Read More