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An Overview of Arson in Colorado

The crime of arson is committed when one intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly sets fire to, burns, or uses an explosive to: Damage or destroy one’s own property, or Damage or …

  • Posted on: Jun 22 2017
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IRS Appeals

It’s not uncommon for taxpayers to disagree with the IRS on decisions pertaining to their federal tax returns. While tax disputes may be taken directly to tax court, the IRS …

  • Posted on: Jun 13 2017
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Colorado Assault and Battery Laws

In Colorado, assault and menacing are defined separately and carry different penalties.  Generally speaking, assault involves purposely or recklessly causing injury to another person, while menacing involves knowingly causing a …

  • Posted on: May 19 2017
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Restraining Orders in Colorado

In Colorado, a court can issue a protection order, typically referred to as a restraining order, for the purpose of protecting a person from a potentially dangerous individual. Such orders …

  • Posted on: May 16 2017
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Distinguishing Tax Fraud from Negligence

Unintentional tax filing errors are fairly common despite the good intentions of taxpayers. The primary issue separating negligence from fraud is the intent of the taxpayer. Income tax fraud constitutes …

  • Posted on: May 14 2017
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An Overview of IRS Tax Penalty Abatement

An IRS tax penalty notice can be an unwelcome surprise, particularly for those individuals who do their best to comply with the Internal Revenue Code. Fortunately, there are a number …

  • Posted on: May 12 2017
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Understanding Colorado’s Misdemeanor Laws

Misdemeanors, generally speaking, are crimes that are considered less serious than felonies, and this is reflected by their accompanying penalties and sentencing structures. While felony convictions typically result in hefty …

  • Posted on: Apr 27 2017
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