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    • Dealing with Bias in the Court System

      When we take a case to trial, we’d like to believe that our system is set up to minimize bias and hand out just and fair rulings for all. However, we’re all human: no judge or jury is without some ...

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    • What Can You Do if You Want a Different Judge?

      Convincing a judge to recuse him or herself is one of the most difficult things to do when it comes to the American Court system. Typically, judges are often considered the most unbiased, fair-minded, ...

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    • Getting to the Bottom of “Serious Bodily Injury”

      In previous posts, I have described a problem with the term “serious bodily injury” as it relates to the issue of mandatory sentencing in Second Degree Assault cases. Imagine that you’re in a ...

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    • Divorce: Why Your Parenting Agreement Must Include the Nitty Gritty Details

      It’s rare, but it has happened: my office will get a phone call days before a holiday with one furious parent huffing, “I’m supposed to have the kids for this holiday!” Oops. Let’s take a look at how ...

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    • The 3 Greatest Sources of Conflict in Divorce

      To put it plainly, the three greatest sources of conflict that I see over and over again in divorce are kids, money, and antagonistic feelings. Yes, these are very general categories, but they are ...

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    • Alcohol and Recreational Marijuana in Divorce Cases


      Although consuming alcohol and marijuana, to a certain extent and with restrictions, are both legal activities in the State of Colorado, the use of either can pose serious challenges in a divorce case ...

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    • Dealing with Bias in the Court System

      When we take a case to trial, we’d like to believe that our system is set up to minimize bias and hand out just and fair rulings for all. However, we’re all human: no judge or jury is without some ...

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    • How to Get a DUI or DWAI without actually Driving (in the State of Colorado)

      In Colorado, driving is very confusing. I don’t mean that the act of driving in and of itself is confusing, I mean that the definition of “driving” in this state is nebulous. On occasion this can ...

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    • How to Recover from a DUI Conviction

      On a daily basis, I speak with clients about DUI (driving under the influence) or DWAI (driving while ability impaired). In almost every case the client is concerned about how a conviction might ...

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    • Divorce: Why Your Parenting Agreement Must Include the Nitty Gritty Details

      It’s rare, but it has happened: my office will get a phone call days before a holiday with one furious parent huffing, “I’m supposed to have the kids for this holiday!” Oops. Let’s take a look at how ...

      Read More
    • The 3 Greatest Sources of Conflict in Divorce

      To put it plainly, the three greatest sources of conflict that I see over and over again in divorce are kids, money, and antagonistic feelings. Yes, these are very general categories, but they are ...

      Read More
    • What if the Court Gives You a Decision You Think is Wrong?

      The process of divorce can be grueling and exasperating, and sometimes, people don’t end up with the outcome they wanted. As a matter of fact, judges frequently joke that they know their decision is a ...

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    • What to expect when you visit our office

      Hi, my name is Amy Sakol. My role in the office, aside from writing blogs, is legal assistant and office manager. As you might have guessed by my last name, I am Barre’s wife. Barre and I have worked ...

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