Whether in Colorado or elsewhere, all drivers should understand they are responsible for the safety of not only themselves, but also their passengers and anyone else they encounter on their route. Drivers who follow safety measures both before and during their time behind the wheel help to reduce the chance of their vehicle becoming involved in a serious accident. Such measures include avoiding alcohol and drugs before driving, maintaining a safe vehicle, following traffic rules and avoiding distractions while driving. Unfortunately, those who fail to take any of these precautions seriously often end up causing a tragedy.
Semitruck crashes are some of the most dangerous. In many cases, those crashes are caused by issues with the trucks' cargo loads or because of dangerous driving practices.
For young people, the threat of jail time is often used as a deterrent as parents and the authorities attempt to warn them about the ramifications of breaking the law. If they do so anyway, jail time is then used to reform them and keep them from committing crimes in the future. But does this actually work?
Many people go onto social media to rant about the things they don't like and to share their love for things they do. They may post pictures, chat with friends or family on public walls or forums, and generally build a rather public community.
Legislation that enacted felony drunk driving crimes were hailed by many groups in Michigan. From Mothers Against Drunk Driving to the Foundation to Advance Alcohol Responsibility, new and more severe consequences for driving under the influence (DUI) was welcome news.
Getting a divorce is probably not what you would prefer, but if you've tried to work through your marital issues and haven't been able to resolve them, then it may be the only option. With a divorce in Colorado, you'll see that the state requires you to live there for at least 91 days before you can file. If you don't live there but your spouse does, you can file as soon as they have lived there for 91 days.
The process of getting divorced can understandably be difficult for both spouses to navigate from an emotional standpoint. However, a marital breakup can also pose major emotional challenges for the children involved, especially if parental conflict during the divorce is strong. Here is a look at how a conflict-filled divorce can impact children in Colorado.
In continued service to his community, Judge Ed Moss leaves retirement to join Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C. as a mediator, arbiter, and private judge for civil, business, and family law clientele.
The process of dissolving a marriage is never a simple one from an emotional standpoint. This is particularly true if the other party is the person who initiated the divorce proceeding. However, a few tips may help individuals in Colorado to more confidently navigate the divorce process.
When getting divorced, it is natural for couples to fight over who will keep the marital home versus other assets. However, aside from property division, one of the biggest sticking points for many divorcing individuals in Colorado is child custody and parenting. Here is a look at how custody is handled during the divorce process.