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  “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” right? Probably not. We’ve all heard the stories and seen the pictures, it seems nothing stays private for long anymore. If you come to Colorado and partake in your newly legal right to use marijuana, it might not stay private for up to 30 days or more. This may not seem like a big deal, I mean, you’re not taking any pot
When a police officer believes you have been drinking and driving they have a number of tests they may give to determine blood alcohol content (BAC). We have already discussed why it’s a good idea to politely refuse sobriety tests. The next step in the process may be a blood, urine, or breath test. These tests will determine the way the Department of Motor Vehicles and the State of Colorado
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case about free speech and social media. They will determine how sites like Facebook fit into the free speech debate in the digital age. More specifically, when threatening comments on social media sites become criminal behavior. Two federal courts have already ruled that it was unlawful of Anthony Elonis to make comments about killing his wife, an FBI agent, and others on

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So you’re headed out of state on a vacation and want to take some marijuana with you, the first question you might have; is it legal? The answer is NO.   The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a strict drug policy that follows Federal Government laws regarding all illegal drugs, yes marijuana is still illegal according the Feds. Since all air travel is regulated by a federal agency, marijuana still
Some people will still say pot is illegal in Colorado. We say it depends on who you ask. Most people are familiar with the fight between States and Federal Government that has been going on since the Federal Government was formed over who has the power to tell citizens what is legal and illegal. The 10th Amendment states “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor