Monthly Archives: January 2015

Top 10 Celebrity Arrests of 2014

Just like the rest of us, celebrities can sometimes find themselves on the wrong side of the law, particularly when alcohol, drugs and fast cars are involved. 2014 was no exception, with a bevy of celebrities stuck seeing those terrible

Posted in Blog, Boulder, Criminal Defense

Airport Report: Guns Found in Carry-ons

A new federal report indicates that Atlanta’s Hartfield-Jackson International Airport ranks second nationwide among airports for the number of guns found in carry-ons by authorities in 2014. A total of 111 firearms were discovered at Hartfield-Jackson during 2013- with most

Posted in Blog, Criminal Defense

Are You Driving One of the Most Ticketed Cars on the Road?

It has been disproved that red cars get pulled over most often. However, the type of vehicle you are driving could very well play a part in how much attention you get from law enforcement. According to a study conducted

Posted in Blog, Traffic Offense

Drug Abuse Patterns in the Denver Metropolitan Area

Findings by the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicate an overall upward trend in abuse of methamphetamine, heroin, and prescription opioids and opiates aside from heroin for the 2013 reporting period. The following is a brief summary of the Institute’s

Posted in Blog, Criminal Defense, Drug Charges

Caught on Film: Filming Police Activity

In the wake of the Ferguson, Missouri case, as well as other high profile cases in which police appear to be using excessive force on citizens, a new Illinois bill may seem a bit odd. This bill would make it

Posted in Blog, Boulder, Criminal Defense

Colorado’s Mandatory Ignition Interlock Device

Most states have regulations that require or give a judge the option of ordering the installation of an ignition interlock switch after drunk driving convictions. Colorado’s mandatory ignition interlock device is a cellphone-sized mechanism installed in a car that measures the

Posted in Blog

The Flaws in Roadside Sobriety Tests

Roadside sobriety tests are an evidence collection technique used to determine probable cause for arresting a potentially alcohol-impaired motorist. Law enforcement officers want you to take these tests because they know the best evidence of alcohol impairment is a bad

Posted in Blog, Boulder, DUI/DWAI


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