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Are Psychedelic Mushrooms Legal in Colorado?

Posted on 02/28/24

Understanding the legal state of psychedelic mushrooms, also referred to as psilocybin mushrooms, in Colorado is crucial for individuals living or visiting the state. The legality of these substances varies from one state to another and can have serious penalties if their use violates local laws. What Are Psilocybin Mushrooms? Psilocybin mushrooms, often known as

Statute of Limitations for Colorado Drug Charges

Posted on 04/28/23

The statute of limitations is a window within which a prosecutor can bring charges against a defendant. The length of the limitation period varies depending on the crime charged. Crimes like murder or treason are exempted from a statute of limitations, so individuals can be prosecuted at any point in time for these severe offenses

Getting Drug Possession Charges Dropped in Colorado

Posted on 12/21/22

If you are facing drug possession charges, there are a few things you can do to try to get the charges dropped. Depending on the facts of your case and your criminal history, you may be eligible for a motion to suppress, drug treatment, community service, or pre-trial diversion. Keep reading to learn more about

Colorado Marijuana Laws

Posted on 09/16/22

Marijuana is legal for recreational use in Colorado. Although it is legal, there are still Colorado laws that apply to its use, possession, and purchase, and it’s essential to understand the restrictions in place. Additionally, marijuana is still illegal under federal law. If you have questions about Colorado’s marijuana laws or need any type of

Consequences of Being Caught with Weed Underage

Posted on 10/25/16

Colorado is the proud home of many prestigious and popular institutions of higher education, with thousands of young people from the area and out of state. With the marijuana laws recently changing, many young people are unclear about what happens when you’re caught driving while high or smoking weed under the age of 21. What

Mapp v. Ohio: a little known case that had a big impact

Posted on 12/12/14

Just as you have to follow the law, so too do law enforcement agencies. This includes not only following state and federal laws but avoiding actions that could violate a person’s constitutional rights as well. One such constitutional right that just about everyone here in Colorado knows is their Fourth Amendment right that protects them