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Colorado Parole Eligibility Date Calculation

Posted on 01/15/15

Parole is defined as “the provisional release of a prisoner who agrees to certain conditions prior to the completion of the maximum sentence period”. In Colorado, “Parole is a condition of release from prison, made by an independent seven-member board appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Colorado Senate” ( Calculating parole differs when you are

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

Colorado Springs pastor arrested on felony charges

Posted on 02/05/14

A Colorado Springs pastor was placed under arrest and is currently behind bars after being charged with robbery and impersonating a U.S. marshal. The pastor of Set Free Ministry was allegedly posing as a homosexual male named “Mike” looking for casual sex on Craigslist. According to reports, “Mike” arranged a meeting with another man at

Ex-referee convicted of nine counts of unlawful sexual conduct

Posted on 01/23/14

For people who work with children on a regular basis as a career or through a volunteer position, being accused of inappropriate contact with the children can have long-lasting effects. One ex-referee was recently convicted of nine misdemeanor counts of unlawful sexual conduct for his actions while refereeing girls’ basketball games. The 52-year-old was convicted