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SCOTUS & the Cellphone Case: Implications for Colorado Charges
The Supreme Court of the United States, or SCOTUS, recently issued a holding on a case involving the search of a cellphone. The case dealt with the question of privacy and the search of cellphones. Ultimately, the justices held that in order to search a cellphone, officers must get a warrant.
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Research Suggests Eyewitness Mistakes are an Inevitable Risk in CO Cases

Human memory is not flawless, as most people in Greeley recognize. Still, despite knowing this, people are often inclined to believe recollections of traumatic events, such as assault or rape, which is why eyewitness evidence can be decisive in many

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Filed Under:   Criminal Defense  Witnesses  
Field Sobriety Tests May be Problematic Even for Sober People
During the warmer summer and fall months when drunk driving is more common, law enforcement agencies across the country will be taking extra measures to keep drunk drivers off the roads. Colorado residents may have seen numerous checkpoints on local
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