On average, roughly 1.5 million people are arrested for drug-related crimes every year. These crimes have become a serious issue in the United States, and any offense in which drugs are involved is taken very seriously by the U.S. judicial system.
New Year’s Eve brought together almost 100 law enforcement agencies from all over Colorado, in the last of twelve collaborative, increased DUI enforcement periods that had been planned for 2019. This period of increased enforcement was scheduled to coincide with the holidays, specifically New Year’s Eve, and lasted from December 27 through January 2.
Nearly everyone can agree that having laws, and citizens who uphold those laws, is one of the primary building blocks of civilization. Most of us are aware of the major laws that we must respect day to day, i.e. paying taxes, obeying traffic signals, and not purposely bringing harm to others.
Being charged with a crime can have many consequences that could dramatically alter your future. So what exactly are the effects of criminal charges on your future? When you are charged with a crime, you are considered innocent under the law unless, and until proven guilty in court. We hear this all the time in […]
Many people, when they are pulled over by the police while driving, are unsure how to react, and don’t know their rights as they relate to traffic stops. Not everyone is aware that in order to pull you over, the officer must have a reason to believe that something is wrong. As it relates to […]