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A few weeks ago, Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a lawsuit against Colorado before the U.S. Supreme Court in a rare move of states suing other states. So what got our neighbors’ underwear all up in a bunch? The marijuana legalization laws, of course. They claim our pot laws have negatively affected their states by bringing in marijuana across state lines, putting stress on their criminal justice systems and treasuries. (Of

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It has been a while since we have run our “D’oh DUI?” series and we have seen some interesting cases, so far. Whether it’s been a Zamboni, a golf cart, a bicycle, or a horse carriage, the suspects have all been charged with driving under the influence (DUI). Today’s incident comes to us from Florida, where a call was made about a woman who “appeared out of it” in a

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It’s time for ski season in Colorado and the resorts are starting to open. This is an especially fun time of year for winter sports fanatics. Most of the opening day celebrations are filled with costumes, music, alcohol, and more and more frequently, marijuana. As you start to celebrate ski season keep in mind that skiing under the influence is against the law and can cost you more than a

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  In the last few months a Colorado District Attorney and the Wisconsin Attorney General have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to clarify an issue that could change the way felony DUI cases are handled. The issue in question is whether the constantly lowering rate of blood-alcohol content is justification to draw blood without a search warrant. The underlying debate falls under the 4th Amendment, regarding unreasonable search and seizure,
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  Uh oh… your teenager just got a minor in possession ticket. What happens now? That will largely depend on the details. These are a few of the consequences that might be felt by your driving and/or college age adolescent.   The State now treats underage marijuana and alcohol use similarly. And, although there are slight differences in the way you prove intoxication with marijuana and alcohol, most Colorado universities