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Jun 26

Colorado Criminal Law – Don’t Even Try To Contact A Victim Or Witness – Criminal Tampering – § 18-8-707 By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Theft Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney Colorado Criminal Law – Don’t Even Try To Contact A Victim Or Witness – Criminal Tampering – § 18-8-707 – When you are accused of committing a crime in Colorado it is natural to want to contact your accusers and convince them that they … Read The Rest

Aug 24

Colorado Passes Expedited Sealing – Expungement Law – CRS 24-72-702.5 By H. Michael Steinberg – Colorado Theft Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer – Attorney Colorado Passes Expedited Sealing – Expungement Law – CRS 24-72-702.5 – The Colorado State Legislature made it easier to seal / expunge criminal cases by enacting the new Colorado Expedited Sealing – Expungement Law – CRS 24-72-702.5. The new law expedites what can be a prolonged and difficult process in the absence … Read The Rest

Aug 26

Colorado Criminal Law – The Difference Between Identity Theft 18-5-902 & Unauthorized Use Of A Financial Transaction Device 18-5-702 By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Theft Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer Colorado Criminal Law – The Difference Between Identity Theft 18-5-902 & Unauthorized Use Of A Financial Transaction Device 18-5-902 – Sometimes the difference between a more serious felony theft charge and a misdemeanor theft charge turns on a single element of difference. That is the case … Read The Rest

Aug 02

By Colorado Theft Crimes Defense Lawyer H. Michael Steinberg One of the most significant provisions in Colorado’s Theft law is a brief but important provision that empowers prosecutors to “aggregate” or “consolidate” separate smaller misdemeanor thefts into one – much more serious crime – Felony Theft. Here are the relevant portions of Colorado’s Theft Law 18-4-401 18-4-401. Theft (1) A person commits theft when he or she knowingly obtains, retains, or exercises control over anything … Read The Rest

Jun 28

2013 Colorado State Legislature Rewrites Colorado’s Theft Laws Amending The Penalties HB 13-1160 By Colorado Theft Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer – H. Michel Steinberg Quietly this month – the Colorado state legislature decreased the possible penalties for theft crimes – by increasing the jurisdictional limits that enable law enforcement authorities to charge certain theft crimes. The new law – while increasing the jurisdictional amounts necessary to charge misdemeanor to felony theft also takes other offenses … Read The Rest

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