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CUIDADO CON LA LEY DE DUR COLORADO, ¡o podría pasar 30 días en la cárcel!

¡Cualquier caso anterior de DUI, DWAI, o cargo relacionado con el alcohol podría resultar que pase 30 días obligatorios en la cárcel! Si alguna vez, en algún momento de su pasado, Ud. tuvo una convicción de DUI, DWAI u otro delito relacionado con alcohol en Colorado, ¡NECESITA prestar atención! Después de ser declarado culpable de […]

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BEWARE COLORADO’S DUR LAW or else you could spend 30 days in jail!

Any prior DUI or alcohol-related case could cause you to spend a mandatory 30 days in jail! If you have ever, at any time in your past, been convicted of or pled guilty to a DUI, DWAI or other alcohol-related driving offense in Colorado, you NEED to pay attention! After being convicted of or pleading […]

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Criminal Attorneys Must Advise Clients About Immigration Consequences

Is a criminal defense attorney required to advise his or her immigrant clients of the immigration consequences of a plea agreement or conviction? According to the U.S. Supreme Court, the answer is a definite yes. In its 2010 decision Padilla v. Kentucky, the Supreme Court made it clear that criminal defense attorneys have an affirmative […]

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