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Domestic Violence Process: What to Expect

Domestic violence cases can be very complicated, and the laws can vary from state to state. If you are involved in a domestic violence case in the state of Colorado, there are certain things you should know. In the state of Colorado, the term "domestic violence" is used to describe an act of violence against someone who is an intimate partner, coupled with any crime that is a means of punishmen... Read More

What do I do if my spouse doesn’t hire a divorce lawyer?

A divorce can be an emotional and challenging time for both parties involved, and deciding on whether or not to hire a divorce attorney is not always something a former couple will agree upon. If you have decided to retain a lawyer, but your spouse has chosen not to, there are several things you can do to protect yourself and make the divorce process go as smoothly as possible. How to Proceed ... Read More

Stopped for a DUI? What Tests Should You Take and Refuse?

Everyone knows driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a bad thing. Every year drunk and impaired drivers injure and kill many people. In response to these tragedies, many states—including Colorado—are enacting stricter DUI laws. Many of these new DUI laws increase the penalties for DUI and refusing to take a chemical test (blood, breath, or in rare cases urine) after being stopped ... Read More

Pre-existing injuries And The affect After An accident

If you have ever been a victim of a medical condition and was denied a claim of using the excuse of pre-existing conditions, or at least known someone who has suffered from this inhumane mistreatment, then you are not alone in today's America. Mary Jo was such a person. She became the victim of a car crash, then learned that the at-fault driver's insurance company would only cover not even half of... Read More

Attorney Kevin T. Ellmann’s Opinion On Use Of UBER Service Leading To Decrease In DUI Deaths In Colorado

Attorney Kevin T. Ellmann comments on an article in www.Entrepreneur.com about a research claiming the UBER services lead to decrease in DUI deaths. If even one life is saved due to someone taking a taxi or a service like Uber, it is a great night.  The kiosk mentioned in the article with a breathalyzer should not just be a gimmick, it should be something that all bars contribute funds to in... Read More

Divorce in the Spotlight – Belittling Average Couples’ Pain?

“Divorce is the death of a dream for any couple, but when you're in the public spotlight, the pain is magnified,” says a recent article in the Denver Post. Many people, including some Colorado divorce attorneys, would scoff at such a notion. Making a statement like this seems on some level to devalue the pain and hardship that comes with every divorce. We live in a celebrity-obsessed cultur... Read More

Prepared For An Accident

This article shares some great advice from Phoenix car accident attorney, Aaron Crane from Cantor Crane regarding being prepared in the event you are involved in an accident. Every day, thousands get into car accidents across the United States. Whether it is a minor or severe occurrence, car accidents are overwhelming for everyone involved. In fact, it can even change the way you remember certain ... Read More

Something to Think About the Next Time You Write a Bad Check in Colorado

Writing a rubber check in any state can cost you more than bank fees; you could end up paying out more in fines--or you could end up in jail. Most times a bad check is the result of an accounting error on your part, such as miscalculating how much funds you need to deposit in the bank to cover all of your outstanding checks. In some instances, writing a bad check is desperate move to buy more time... Read More

Domestic Violence Against Men Under-reported in Castle Rock Divorce Cases

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. While our Castle Rock divorce attorneys understand that while women account for the vast majority of all reported domestic violence cases, men are actually victims about 40 percent of the time. Unfortunately, they are loathe to the judge - or anyone else - despite the fact that it could help their divorce case, particularly with r... Read More

Boulder Prosecutors Face Challenge in Cold Case Trial

Boulder prosecutors are preparing to try a man for a homicide that happened more than 18 years ago. A man who stole checks from the victim is accused of committing murder after the theft was reported. The suspect had hoped to get into the U.S. Marines and, according to prosecutors, feared a felony theft charge would hurt his chances. Castle Rock criminal defense attorneys understand that t... Read More

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