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Colorado's Criminal Law Procedures
State criminal statutes can vary in their details, but the general criminal process is similar across the country. If you're suspected of a crime in Colorado, here are a few particulars you should know. Arrest Procedures Before police officers can arrest you, they must be reasonably sure you've committed ... READ MORE

How to Sell a Home in Colorado
Selling your home is a huge project with both financial and legal implications. Here are a few things to consider about Colorado home sales before you begin. A Seller's Real Estate Agent can Provide Invaluable Help Selling your house yourself isn't necessarily difficult, but it can take up a lot of your ... READ MORE

Colorado Divorce
Divorce is the legal end to a marriage. Depending on your circumstances, the process may involve division of debt and property, as well as arrangements for spousal or child support. Here are some things to be aware of when divorcing in Colorado. Can I Get a Divorce Without an Attorney? No Colorado law ... READ MORE

Colorado Traffic Violation Fines
From driving excessively fast to forgetting to fasten a restraint, haste sometimes creates not only waste, but legal problems as well. In Colorado, as in other states, most traffic violations are minor issues that can be resolved without appearing in court, though some are more serious and carry the ... READ MORE

Employment Laws in Colorado
Employment laws at both the federal and state level protect employee's rights throughout their employment. Here is some useful information for employees in Colorado. Pre-Employment Rights Employers may not use or mention discriminatory factors such as age, sex or race in job advertisements, interviews ... READ MORE

Estate Planning Overview in Colorado
No matter the size of your estate, it is important to create a plan for what happens if you become incapacitated or die. You can designate who inherits your assets, provide for your minor children, and specify your wishes about medical treatment. Get an overview of estate planning in Colorado below. ... READ MORE

How Colorado Personal Injury Works
Personal injury cases are those in which someone's negligence or unsafe actions cause injury or death. Successfully resolving a Colorado personal injury case requires following state rules and conducting a thorough investigation. Where Do I File My Claim? Personal injury is a civil matter, usually handled ... READ MORE

CO What Is Small Claims Court?
In Colorado, the small claims court can handle only certain kinds of claims. Generally, these are simple cases to recover money or property, perform a contract, set aside a contract or comply with restrictive covenants. The court can't award more than $7,500 plus court costs and interest. You can't have ... READ MORE

CO Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
Witnesses are people who come to court to tell what they have seen or heard. These people should either be witnesses who saw what happened or experts on the subject matter of the claim involved. Before you bring any witnesses to your trial, discuss the case with potential witnesses who have personal ... READ MORE

CO Small Claims Trials
After the complaint has been filed and the defendant served, both sides need to prepare their case for court. The magistrate will decide the case based on the evidence presented. The burden of proof is on the plaintiff to prove his or her case. Bring Estimates to Court It's important to have written ... READ MORE

 

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