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- Colorado Drivers License Reinstatement Process
In Colorado, your driving license may get revoked or suspended for a number of reasons including traffic law violation, driving under the influence, not paying traffic tickets and many more. This article will completely devoted to explain the license reinstatement process for Colorado drivers.
- Federal Sex Crimes Explained
Many states have specific laws that prosecute sex crimes in a harsh manner. In some instances, these same crimes are prosecuted as federal cases as well. These tend to be the more aggravated crimes among those also tried state-side.
- Athens GA DUI Driver in Felony Homicide by Vehicle Case Highlights High Risk for Recreational Marijuana Users
Because marijuana use requires several days to be eliminated from the user's body, many marijuana users risk Felony Homicide by Vehicle and Felony Serious Injury charges when an accident occurs and blood tests show the mere presence of marijuana or other controlled substance (drug that requires a doctor's prescription). Hundreds of thousands of drivers whose daily recreational marijuana use creates the risk of lengthy state prisons sentences when a fatality occurs when they are driving.
- Kentucky to Allow Expungement of Certain Class D Felonies for First Time
Kentucky’s new felony expungement law goes into effect on July 15, 2016 and will be retroactive. House Bill 40 passed in April 2016 and will allow individuals with certain Class D felonies and non-indicted felony charges to petition Kentucky courts for expungement. Before House Bill 40, no felonies in Kentucky could be expunged.
- Florida “Murderabilia” and “Son of Sam” Laws
It is the times really, crime fascinates our society, and the morbid curiosity for all things crime can be nauseating at extreme levels. The biggest culprits for the advance of this crime fascination are the media and cinema.
- Sex Offender Registration In Colorado
Sex offender registration is required in cases where a defendant is convicted of a sex offense. It is a very important component to the many penalties that convicted sex offenders face in the Colorado criminal justice system. Registration can obviously have a substantial impact on a persons ability to find and maintain employment and housing, and may substantially affect other areas of the sex offenders life.
- Unlawful Sexual Contact Offenses in Colorado
Unlawful sexual contact is a sexual offense in the state of Colorado which encompasses a very wide range of conduct. While it is a lesser offense than Sexual Assault, it is still considered a sex crime, and still requires sex offender probation and registration if convicted. It also is considered an extraordinary risk crime which requires higher sentencing requirements than other crimes in the same class.
- Employment Consequences of Not Disclosing a Felony
Many job applications ask an applicant whether or not he or she has ever been convicted of a felony. Hoping that the employer will not check, some applicants indicate that they have not when this is not true. Making a claim of this nature can cause serious consequences.
- Supreme Court to Law Enforcement: Do Not Freeze Untainted Assets
The precedent was set in 1989. In a United States v. Monsanto case, the Supreme Court held that a suspect who violated the Continuing Criminal Enterprise (CCE) and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) should not have access to the funds obtained through illegal activity.
- Failure to Register as a Sex Offender Charges in Florida
If you were convicted of a sex crime, one of the collateral consequences you will face is mandatory registration as a sex offender.