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    A man who was convicted of organized crime, securities fraud, theft, and conspiracy has been sentenced to 24 years in prison plus close to $4 million in restitution, according to the Denver Post. The man, along with a partner, were accused of taking about $10 million that had been invested with them and using it to pay debts from a failed business from the past rather than investing it as they had said that they would. He is also accused of having run another scam while he was out on bond. The partner pleaded guilty, and is set to serve 8 years in prison.

    Have you been accused of a crime in Colorado? Contact an experienced Denver or Colorado Springs criminal defense attorney today to discuss your options.

    The number of people arrested each year in Colorado numbers roughly a quarter of a million, according to FBI statistics. Many of these people have committed the crime for which they have been arrested, while others are completely innocent. Some may be criminals, but happen not to have committed the particular crime for which they are arrested. Some of the arrests were based on acts of violence, some related to drugs, some were for drunk driving, and many for various types of theft or embezzlement. What they all have in common is that each person arrested is constitutionally guaranteed the right to a Colorado criminal defense attorney to help them defend themselves.

    Speak with a dedicated Boulder or Greeley criminal defense attorney today if you have been arrested, or think you may be arrested, in Colorado. Facing criminal charges is a scary prospect. No one has to face this terrifying prospect alone. A dedicated Denver criminal defense lawyer can make sure that you have legal skill and experience on your side, just as the state has on their side. Whether you have made a terrible mistake, been at the wrong place at the wrong time, or you have been accused of a crime that you did not commit, speak with an experience, aggressive Colorado criminal defense lawyer today for more information.


    Two people were injured in a hit-and-run accident on 14th Ave in Denver, according to CBS Denver. The crash, which occurred at 14th and Oneida during evening rush hour, happened when one SUV hit another one, forcing it off the road and into a house. The driver of the second SUV was mildly injured. One person inside the house was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police are searching for the first SUV. This is one more instance in what seems to be a rash of hit-and-run accidents in Denver. One neighbor said that she sees vehicles driving too fast along 14th Ave on a regular basis, resulting in a number of crashes.

    Have you or a loved one been injured in a hit-and-run accident in Denver? Contact a knowledgeable Colorado hit-and-run accident lawyer today to discuss your options.

    Each year across the United States, there are over 5 million car accidents, according to the Department of Transportation. The vast majority of these accidents result in no injuries at all, or injuries that are easily treated. The bad news is that, when accidents cause serious injuries, such as spinal cord damage, thee story may be very different. Many serious traffic accidents result in large amounts of property damage, such as when a vehicle drives into a house, or medical bills reaching years into the future, and totaling into the hundreds of thousands of dollars or more. These accidents may result in higher costs than the car insurance policy limits will bear, causing real financial hardship to families who did nothing wrong except to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. At these times, you need to speak with a Denver personal injury lawyer.

    Speak with an experienced Denver auto accident attorney right away if you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a traffic accident. Your family should not face financial difficulty on top of physical and emotional trauma because of the reckless actions of someone else. Many Colorado personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, so that you can afford to hire an attorney even if you have limited means. Additionally, many lawyers will give you a FREE CONSULTATION so that you can get a feel for whether you have a legitimate claim, and whether you are comfortable with the lawyer. For more information, speak with a dedicated Colorado car accident attorney today.

  • The Denver Post reports on the tragic death of a Colorado motorcyclist in Coal Creek Canyon. The 35-year-old man, who was riding on Colorado highway 72 northwest of Denver, was killed at the scene of an accident that occurred on an S-bend while taking a ride on a Sunday morning. The man, whose name has not been released because his family has not yet been notified of the crash, was riding a Yamaha sport bike with a helmet, but suffered fatal injuries nevertheless. Troopers from the Colorado State Patrol are investigating the cause of the accident, which they believe was related to excessive speed.

    Have you or a family member been seriously injured in a motorcycle crash? Speak with a dedicated Colorado motorcycle accident lawyer right away to discuss your options.

    Many people love the sense of fun and freedom that motorcycles offer over cars and trucks. Unfortunately, the inherent risk is much greater in a motorcycle than in a car or truck. Taking into account total vehicle miles driven in the United States, motorcyclists are far more likely to be involved in a fatal accident. And with the lack of structural protection offered by motorcycles, many non-fatal crashes result in far more serious injuries than someone in a car would suffer in a similar crash. For these reasons, it is vital that everyone on the road, whether driving a car or truck, or riding a motorcycle, be well aware of the traffic around them, and drive safely at all times.

    Contact an experienced Denver motorcycle accident attorney immediately to discuss your options if you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a Colorado motorcycle crash. Understanding your rights during this difficult time is not easy, but it is extremely important. Between present and future medical bills, lost wages during recovery, and loss of enjoyment of life in the event of a life-changing injury, the costs of motorcycle crashes can be very high. If your injuries were caused by the negligence or carelessness of another driver, a Greeley motorcycle accident attorney can help you hold that driver responsible for his or her actions. Many Colorado personal injury attorneys work on a contingent fee basis, meaning that you pay a fee only if they successfully recover financial compensation for you. For more information, contact a Denver motorcycle accident lawyer today.

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    Spring is just around the corner, and it is getting to be time to start thinking about tuning up the motorcycle, and planning out the summer road trips. Riding is incredibly popular in Colorado, perhaps because of the beautiful scenery that we have, from the eastern plains, to the mountain vistas, to the red plateaus of the Four Corners area, motorcycling is a great way to see everything that Colorado has to offer. Of course, with the lack of inherent protection offered by a motorcycle in mind, safety needs to be a constant priority. Here are some tips from Colorado motorcycle accident attorneys who want you to ride safely this summer while enjoying the colorful beauty of Colorado.

    Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

    Various organizations in Colorado offer motorcycle safety courses for reasonable rates to anyone. If you are a beginner, these courses may very well teach you skills that will save your life. The skills covered include strategies to increase your awareness of the traffic around you, and skills for avoiding problems that arise. Even for a seasoned, veteran rider, the modest cost of these courses is very reasonable compared to the cost of a very serious accident. Courses are offered for a variety of skill levels, from beginners to veterans.

    Use Safety Gear

    Wearing a helmet in Colorado is not mandatory UNLESS YOU ARE A MINOR, but countless studies have shown that helmets have the potential to decrease the severity of head and neck injuries, and save lives. Whether you choose to wear a helmet or not, you should always wear riding leathers, which can also significantly impact the severity of injuries sustained in accidents.

    Be Aware of Your Surroundings

    It is vital that you are constantly aware of what is going on around you. You need to know that there is a car approaching from the rear. You need to notice that the driver of the car in the other lane is talking on the phone. You need to know that the switchbacks coming up are sharp, require low speed, and realize that there may be a car coming down them going too fast in the wrong lane. When it comes to riding a motorcycle, remember that defensive driving may safe your life.

    Contact an experienced Denver motorcycle accident attorney immediately if you have been seriously injured in a Colorado motorcycle accident. If your injuries were caused by the negligence of another driver, you may be entitled to recover compensation for property damage, medical bills, and lost wages. Your experienced Denver motorcycle accident lawyer can ensure that your case is not hurt by the fact that you exercised your legal right not to wear a helmet. Many Denver personal injury attorneys offer Free Case Evaluations and work on a contingency fee basis. For more information, contact a Colorado personal injury lawyer today.