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June 2018 Archives

Boating-linked drinking charges in CO are no big deal, right?

The above blog headline query in today’s post comes with an implied ending. Namely, that stresses the distinction between a criminal charge levied upon a Colorado resident for drunk driving on a roadway and exactions applied against an intoxicated boater, respectively.

Will this SCOTUS case expand Americans' privacy rights?

An admitted robber gave the FBI cellphone numbers of alleged accomplices. Agents used a "reasonable grounds" standard to obtain so-called "cell-site" evidence from a mobile service provider that tracked the locations of one of those individuals. That data yielded information resulting in his criminal conviction.

3 reasons to fight a traffic ticket

Overall, you’re a good driver. You obey Denver traffic laws and try to follow the speed limits when commuting to work and going about your daily activities. You’re not like the scofflaws out there who routinely zip in and out of traffic, run red lights or blow through stop signs, text their friends while driving and put everyone else’s life at risk.

Judge slams prosecution for withholding evidence from defense

It's been a bedrock legal principle and undisturbed judicial ruling issued at the highest level for well more than half a century, and yet news stories emerge with some regularity evidencing prosecutorial misconduct aimed at avoiding its application.