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Salesman is arrested for sex offenses against possible customer

Door-to-door salesmen are not often accused of sexual assaults by their prospective customers. It does happen, however, and thus it is important for their employers to do a thorough check on their backgrounds. In one recent incident in Colorado, a 26-year-old man with an alleged prior criminal record was arrested for allegedly pushing his way into a woman's home and sexually assaulting her by force. The woman says that she fought him off, and the police caught the suspect and charged him with burglary and sex offenses.

Absence of marijuana drug offenses may free up police agencies

Now that drug offenses in Colorado do not include arrests for pot, the time is approaching when long-term conclusions may possibly be made about the efficacy and safety of the state's ground-breaking move. The fact is that about 42 percent of arrests for drug offenses throughout the country are for marijuana possession, and that was generally true in Colorado prior to the change. That begs the question of whether police will have large amounts of free time at their disposal if the a state legalizes marijuana.

Colorado student arrested for alleged Internet sex offenses

There are a flood of arrests and prosecutions occurring nowadays in connection with alleged child pornography taking place on the Internet. A student at the University of Colorado is one of the latest individuals accused of sex offenses involving the use of the Internet. From a defense point of view, such allegations are sometimes exaggerated beyond the actual occurrences. The potentially devastating penalties may be difficult to justify where the accused has not engaged in any in-person contact with the purported minor.

Colorado man may concentrate on criminal defense in drug case

When someone in Colorado is suspected of engaging in criminal activity involving drugs, he or she may naturally be fearful of being found guilty of the charges filed against him or her. Not only can a criminal conviction ruin the person's reputation, but it can also lead to life-impacting penalties, such as incarceration. The person's criminal defense has a duty to make sure that all of the accused person's rights are defended during the entire legal proceeding.

Criminal defense may help man facing attempted murder charge

When a person is accused of committing a crime, he or she naturally would like to be given a chance to be found innocent. Fortunately, the legal system in Colorado and other parts of the United States is set up to treat people as innocent until and unless the government can prove that they actually committed a crime. The criminal defense is instrumental in making sure that these accused individuals' rights are fully honored.

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