Tag Archives: denver criminal defense

Marijuana State-of-Mind

Colorado’s recent legalization of marijuana has been widely publicized across the country. As a criminal defense attorney in Colorado, I’ve always felt that drug abuse should not be penalized but treated as a health problem. However, with the recent legalization comes the follow up question of what impact will Colorado’s legalization of marijuana have on […]

NYE Hit and Run Claims Teen’s Life

New Year’s Eve is always an eventful night. For many people, NYE means drinking with friends and sometimes family. Going out to bars can be a great way to ring in the new year. But many people make poor decisions on NYE. Unfortunately, these poor decisions can cause many life altering  events. One teen’s life […]

Will Colorado Drivers Be Too High To Drive?

According to The Denver Post, law makers are getting close to setting a legal limit to stoned driving. The law makers are trying to create a limit that reflects the science of the drug. Unfortunately, there is not a definitive answer to how high a person is based on the amount of active THC per […]

Fatal Accident Could Be Due To Faulty Brakes

According to, Denver CBS Local News an accident took the lives of two construction workers. The SUV careened and ran into the workers in a work zone doing construction on the Broadway intersection of C-470. The driver of the SUV is being charged with the death of the two victims and reckless driving. According to, […]

Man Says He Was Selling Meth To Make ‘Ends Meet’

According to the Denver Post Boulder SWAT obtained a warrant to search a house and found methamphetamine. The man had kept needles, a digital scale, small bags and 1.4 grams of methamphetamine in a safe in his bedroom. The 49-year-old man and 43-year-old woman were arrested for having possession of a controlled substance. The man […]

Man Accused of Killing Business Partner | Compassionate Criminal Defense in Denver

The Denverpost.com reported a man in debt is being accused of killing his business partner. The business man is being retried because the Jury was unable to reach consensus on whether he is guilty of first-degree murder and first-degree assault of an at-risk person. The accused is facing a life-time sentence for murder but his […]