Month: February 2016

Posted on |16 May 2022 | decker_admin

Colorado’s Fentanyl Crisis: A Failed War on Drugs

The Colorado Senate just approved a sweeping measure to confront Colorado’s rampant fentanyl crisis. House Bill 1326 makes it a felony to possess 1 gram of an illicit substance containing the deadly drug and is one of the most significant… Continue reading

Posted on |4 Jan 2022 | decker_admin

Reduced Prison Sentence for Jefferson County Truck Driver Aguilera-Mederos

January 4, 2022 Just days before the New Year, Colorado Governor Jared Polis reduced the prison sentence of semi truck driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos from 110 to 10 years. Aguilera-Mederos lost control of his semi as he descended Interstate 70 and… Continue reading

Posted on |9 Nov 2021 | decker_admin

Defending Drunk Sex: How #MeToo Has Gone Too Far

By David R. Jones, Partner Earlier this year, disgraced former film producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison after being convicted on rape and sexual assault charges. Weinstein’s trial came nearly three years after the rise of… Continue reading

Posted on |1 May 2018 | decker_admin

What counts when you need to hire a criminal Attorney

You’ve been arrested and charged with one or more crimes. You’re in a difficult situation, no matter how serious or how minor those charges may be. Navigating through the legal system can be intimidating, terrifying, upsetting and full of procedures… Continue reading

Posted on |23 Apr 2018 | decker_admin

Child pornography defense strategies hinge on intent

Any charge brought against a defendant that’s related to child pornography is serious. This type of crime can be charged at both a state and federal levels and can result in severe fines and jail time if convicted. First-time offenders… Continue reading