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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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    • Leveraging Domestic Violence Charges in Divorce Cases

      In my last blog post , I talked about how I often don’t see true violence in divorce cases (in fact, in about 30% of the “domestic violence” cases that come through my door, neither spouse wants any ...

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    • Understanding Domestic Violence Charges

      In my experience working as an attorney in Boulder, Colorado, domestic violence charges are rarely as cut-and-dry or as blatantly violent as most of the general public has been led to believe. That’s ...

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    • Avoiding He Said/She Said in Divorce Cases

      One of my least favorite things to deal with in any Court case is the “he said/she said” conundrum: one person says one thing, the other person claims the exact opposite, and neither side has proof. ...

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    • Should You Communicate with Your Spouse During the Divorce Process?

      Like I always say, every case is different, which makes it very difficult to determine with certainty whether a particular couple should speak to each other during the divorce proceeding. However, ...

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    • Divorce: Is Mediation Right for You? – Part II

      In my last post , I talked generally about Boulder County’s requirement that divorcing couples attend mediation before any scheduled trial or the trial date will be vacated. I also mentioned that, ...

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  • DUI
    • 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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    • Everyone is Entitled to a Defense

      According to our Constitution, every American is entitled to a defense. Our criminal justice system is structured such that it doesn’t matter so much whether the person is guilty or not guilty – what ...

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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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    • Avoiding He Said/She Said in Divorce Cases

      One of my least favorite things to deal with in any Court case is the “he said/she said” conundrum: one person says one thing, the other person claims the exact opposite, and neither side has proof. ...

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    • Till Divorce Do Us Part: The Basics

      Marriage is a beautiful thing. Ideally, it is a union that lasts forever, but, as we know, that’s not always the case. Every couple has a different experience of divorce. For some, divorce can be an ...

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    • What to do if You Suspect Your Spouse is Planning to Divorce

      I’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to the divorce process. Some divorcing couples are cordial – that’s what we all hope for and is best for the children, if any – and come to ...

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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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