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Experienced Denver DUI Attorney

September 15, 2011

If you or someone you know is facing allegation of DUI, DWAI, DUI (drugs), or any other alcohol-related offense, there are some very important things […]

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Denver DUI & DWAI Lawyer

July 30, 2011
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Colorado Domestic Violence Victim’s Attorney

June 10, 2011

In Colorado, victims of domestic violence have certain and specific rights.  These rights are fundamental to fairness and to victims being treated properly, respectfully, and […]

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Experienced DUI and DWAI Attorney in Colorado

May 13, 2011

The defense attorneys at Masterson Hall are experienced and battle-tested Colorado DUI and DWAI attorneys who knows their way around the courtroom. When you get […]

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Sexual Conduct under Colorado Rape Shield Law

May 11, 2011

In Re: People v. Williamson, Case No. 10SA325 (Colo. April 11, 2011) TOPICS: Evidence Soliciting / Prostitution Rape Shield Definition of “Sexual Conduct” Facts: The prosecution […]

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Sex Offender Registration and Ex Post Facto Laws

April 30, 2011

An experienced attorney in the Denver, Colorado area explains how Ex Post Facto laws are inapplicable to sex offender registration requirements:  simply put, the appellate […]

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Denver Criminal Attorney Explains Nuances of Basic Theft Law

April 25, 2011

The most common way to commit theft in the state of Colorado is by: knowingly obtaining or exercising control over anything of value of another […]

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Experienced Denver attorney on Attempting to Influence a Public Servant vs. False Reporting to Authorities

April 19, 2011

Experienced Denver attorney on Attempting to Influence a Public Servant vs. False Reporting to Authorities People v. Blue (Equal Protection; Specific Statute vs. General Statute) […]

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Experienced Colorado Attorney on Failure to Register as Sex Offender

April 10, 2011

Experienced Colorado attorney explains how a mere intent to reside at a residence does not require a person to register as a sex offender. People […]

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