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May 2016 Archives

Nurse behind bars on felony sex offenses charges

Allegations of sexual misconduct apparently followed a male nurse through multiple hospitals before Colorado police arrested him. While facing charges here, he is also licensed to practice in at least two other states. Facing multiple felony charges for sex offenses, he is currently behind bars awaiting another court appearance.

DUI charges for marijuana may not be too solid

Colorado laws pertaining to the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana have changed drastically over the past several years, and other laws have had to adapt in response. Driving under the influence of prescription drugs has long been covered by DUI laws, and the law now sets parameters for marijuana. Similar to measuring a driver's blood-alcohol content, drivers can be charged with a DUI if they are found to have 5 nanograms of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in 1 milliliter of blood.

Former bookkeeper dealing with felony theft charges

A 26-year-old bookkeeper is set to face a trial by jury later this year following her not guilty plea. Charged with multiple counts of felony theft, the woman's arrest came after what authorities claim was some significant embezzlement on her part. However, since embezzlement is what is known as a nonviolent crime, even prosecutors think that jail time would be unlikely should a conviction ever be achieved.

Protecting personal rights when charged with theft in Colorado

Being accused of a criminal offense in Colorado does not constitute one's guilt. The justice system in the United States presumes every defendant innocent unless proved otherwise by the prosecution and confirmed by the decision of a judge or jury. Therefore, anyone charged with theft or other criminal wrongdoing will want to make every effort to ensure that his or her personal rights are being protected both during and following an arrest.

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