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S.Louth - Boulder

S.Louth - Boulder

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March 20, 2015

In February, Colorado was added to the list of states that allow crime suspects to search victims’ homes if it might strengthen their defense. The decision by the appeals court has prompted worries from both victims’ rights advocates and prosecutors. In their decision, Colorado judges determined that homeowners’ privacy interests can sometimes be outweighed by a […]

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March 16, 2015

As motorists, we’ve all been through them from time to time- random sobriety checkpoints. And, as long as you are sober, you have probably never thought twice about showing the proper credentials, answering the officer’s questions, and moving on through without incident. In fact, unless you’re running late, the DUI checkpoint is nothing more than […]

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February 26, 2015

In an effort to promote safe and legal marijuana use, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has launched an educational campaign outlining laws about possession, use, and the impacts of marijuana on your health. The 18-month long campaign will include a website, radio ads, print and digital promotions, as well as television and […]

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February 26, 2015

In a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres, superstar Taylor Swift revealed one of her deepest fears- She’s afraid of being arrested for a crime she didn’t commit. She worries what impact erroneous criminal charges or jail time might have on her career and reputation. Swift’s fear, although seemingly irrational, may not be that far-fetched. In […]

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February 26, 2015

There can be good news and bad news concerning background checks by prospective employers. The good news is that if they’re going through the hassle of a background check, they must really want you. The bad news is that if they find something questionable, they could change their minds in a hurry. Employers don’t want […]

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January 29, 2015

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 booking photos shown over and over again. While younger celebrities were among those arrested, the […]

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January 28, 2015

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 of them being loaded. Where does Denver’s airport rank? Rounding out the top five on […]

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January 28, 2015

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 by Insurance.com, the most ticketed car in the United States is the Subaru WRX. Almost […]

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January 28, 2015

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 additional findings on abuse of illicit drugs and alcohol and specifically drug abuse patterns in […]

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December 30, 2014

In 1988, actor Mark Wahlberg– then 16 years old- was charged with attempted murder after severely injuring one man and punching another while trying to steal beer. He pleaded guilty to assault and was given a three month jail sentence, of which he served 45 days. In November 2014, Wahlberg submitted an application in the […]

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