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Misdemeanor vs. Felony Theft: What's the Difference in Colorado?

Theft can be defined simply as one person taking something from another, something they do not own and do not have the authorization to take. This can be either a physical item, a monetary…

Aggravated Robbery: What Is It and What Are the Penalties in Colorado?

If you’ve been charged with aggravated robbery in Colorado, you need a team of expert defense lawyers on your team. Luckily, COLaw Team can help. Aggravated Robbery: What Is It? Many of our clients…

4 Things You Should Ask a Divorce Lawyer During Your Consultation

When you’ve decided to initiate a divorce, you might feel overwhelmed not only by the situation you’re currently in, but by the availability of legal representation, as well. If you plan to hire an…

Criminal Justice Process: How Can an Attorney Help You?

When you are arrested, the criminal justice system works against you in the hopes of reaching a criminal conviction - and that’s why you need a skilled criminal defense attorney in your corner. Colorado…

Since Thanksgiving happens just once a year, we tend to forget all the things that go wrong, and even the things that go right! In this fun blog post about Thanksgiving, we'll dive into…

Paid consultations are a great way to meet with an attorney to go over the facts of your case, what you're looking for, and what they can do for you. There are a variety…

Concealed Carry Reciprocity in Colorado What Does It Mean for You

Concealed Carry Reciprocity refers to legal agreements between states, where each state agrees to honor CCW (carrying a concealed weapon) permits from the other. This means that an individual who legally holds a permit…

How Is Real Estate Divided in a Colorado Divorce

Denver divorce law differs from divorce laws in many other cities, and for couples who are considering this step in their lives, it might be quite confusing when considering how to divide up real…

4 Things You Should Do If You Are Facing a Domestic Violence Charge in Colorado

After receiving a domestic violence charge, you might be unsure about your next steps, especially if you’re a first-time offender with a domestic violence charge in Colorado. At COLaw, we understand that you’re in…

Marijuana Possession Laws and Penalties in Colorado

Because marijuana use is medically and recreationally legal, learning that there are still legal possession and usage penalties confuses many Colorado residents. To help keep you on the right side of the law when…

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