Posts made in December, 2012

Implementing an Aggressive Defense for Those Charged with Federal and White Collar Crimes

Posted by on Dec 28, 2012 in Guest Blogs | Comments Off on Implementing an Aggressive Defense for Those Charged with Federal and White Collar Crimes

While it is always daunting to face the investigative and prosecutorial resources of the government, federal charges can be especially serious. Federal criminal offenses tend to be serious crimes that carry long-term imprisonment, often without the option of parole. Investigations of these charges are conducted by federal law enforcement agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Justice Department (Department Of Justice) and other agencies. These law enforcement agencies have...

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CU-Students Who Brought ‘Pot Brownies’ to Class Face Felony Charges

Posted by on Dec 17, 2012 in Aurora, Blog, Criminal Defense, Denver, Drug Charges, Lakewood, Littleton | Comments Off on CU-Students Who Brought ‘Pot Brownies’ to Class Face Felony Charges

According to The Denver Post, two CU-students, Mary Elizabeth Essa and Thomas Ricardo Cunningham, are facing 18 felony charges for bringing THC laced brownies to their class. The two students brought ‘pot brownies’ to their history class on a designated ‘bring-in-food’ day. They did not make it aware to any of the other students or the teacher that the brownies main ingredient was marijuana. The teacher and the other 7 students were affected by the incident. It was made apparent when several students complained of symptoms including dizziness, anxiety and loss of...

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Robbers Are Tracked Down By Stolen Smartphone

Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in Aurora, Blog, Criminal Defense, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton, Weapons Charges | Comments Off on Robbers Are Tracked Down By Stolen Smartphone

According to CBS Denver, two men robbed a woman at gunpoint in her home. Police think that the robbery went wrong for the two men. They believe that the two men went into the house thinking no one would be home. However, when they entered the home there was a 75-year-old woman, not knowing what to do they took her phone and held her at gun point. The two men left the house with an iPhone, Rolex watch worth $20,000, a $24,000 sapphire and a diamond ring. The victim’s son used the GPS feature on the iPhone and tracked it back to Parachute, Colorado. The police arrested both the men after...

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