Appealing the Denial of your Concealed Carry Permit Application in Colorado
If you have been denied a Concealed Carry Permit, you have rights to a Second Review or Appeal.
Malcolm B. Seawell
“But, I wasn’t read my rights.”
When do police have to read you your Miranda Rights and what does it mean to my case if they don't.
Extentions of Interlock Restricted Licenses
It pays to fight extension of your interlock restricted license for Excess Alcohol Content Events.
Essentials When You're in an Accident
When you're involved in an accident that wasn't your fault, it can be very stressful. It's important that you take steps to protect yourself and your personal injury case. These tips when you're in an accident are essential.
Sealing Arrest and Criminal Records
2019 Brings Sweeping Changes to Sealing and Expungement of Criminal Records and in Colorado
Defense of Driving of Under the Influence of Marijuana or Cannabis Cases
Currently Colorado and Washington are the only states to permit the recreational purchase and possession of marijuana in the country.
Supreme Court Lets Colorado Law Stand
The Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from Colorado officials who want to make it easier for authorities to take blood samples from suspected drunk drivers without their permission or a warrant.
Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana: Standard Roadside Sobriety Maneuvers Are Ineffective at Detecting Stoned Driving
A recent article in the NY Times recognizes the limitations of standard roadside maneuvers at detecting drivers impaired by the effect of marijuana.
5ng Limit for Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana Is Now the Law in Colorado
Update — The Colorado Legislature has now passed a 5ng limit for active THC. If you are suspect of driving under the influence of marijuana and your blood discloses 5ng or more of active THC a jury may permissibly infer that you are under the influence.