Monthly Archives: September 2017

September 26, 2017

Because of the devastation often left behind following a DUI accident, legislators in the state of Colorado have strengthened DUI jurisprudence, noting that driving is a statutory privilege rather than a right. This means if you have a Colorado driver’s license, you have, in essence, expressed consent for a blood or urine test if you […]

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September 19, 2017

Many of those who kept up with the recent Taylor Swift “groping” case may have wondered why, when Swift countersued DJ David Mueller for assault and battery, the case was filed as a civil case rather than a criminal case. When it comes to civil cases vs. criminal cases, the differences can be complicated, so […]

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