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We can help you keep your driving privileges after a DUI arrest

From traveling to school and work to simply transporting groceries home, the ability to drive a motor vehicle can have a profound impact on a person's life. However, a single DUI charge can change all of that. Most people in Colorado already know that their licenses will be suspended following arrests for alleged drunk driving, but not everyone is aware that these suspensions can be fought.

Postal worker previously accused of theft now charged with fraud

A federal indictment against a former U.S. Postal Service worker claims that the woman wrongly collected workers' compensation. Prosecutors claim that she collected these benefits for total disability while not actually suffering from physical impairments that prevented her from attending work. These accusations follow previous federal felony charges of theft of mail and embezzlement, for which she pleaded guilty to lesser misdemeanor charges.

Bill concerning teen sex offenses defeated by lawmakers

A bill that sought to change consequences for teenage sexting recently failed to gain legal grounding. The Colorado House defeated the bill, which means that consensual sexting between teenagers can still result in minors being charged with sex offenses. As it currently stands, sexting -- or sending nude photos through texting or smart phone apps -- is still considered a felony for teenagers.

DUI charges filed after fatal car wreck

Police arrested a Colorado driver after he was involved in a suspected drunk-driving related accident. Two people were killed in the wreck, prompting police to file vehicular homicide charges in addition to his DUI and reckless driving charges. After being booked into police custody, his bond was set at $50,000.

Juvenile defense should be handled by experts in the field

Colorado parents can feel lost and confused when dealing with their child facing charges in the juvenile system. Although most people have at least a basic understanding of the adult criminal system, the juvenile system has its own set of rules and standards. Because of the significant differences between the two systems and the potential impact on a child's future, juvenile defense options should be addressed with those who have experience and knowledge in the field.

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