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Constitutional Rights
So you’re charged with a crime and you’re not sure why. Or you’ve been arrested and you’re trying to figure out what the prosecution has on you. Do you have to wait for trial to find out? Nope. that’s what criminal discovery is for.  This is about Colorado state cases. Discovery is different everywhere.  But,...
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The rights that you give up when pleading guilty in Colorado are usually written out in a plea form called a Rule 11. The paperwork lists these rights as well as details about the charge or charges to which you are pleading guilty, like the elements of the charge and the maximum penalties that can...
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The Colorado Supreme Court has found in favor of the government, holding that Miranda warnings are not necessary in a case where late-night statements were made during the execution of a search warrant in the defendant’s home. People v. Clark, 2020 CO 36 (No. 20SA11, May 11, 2020). Case Facts Police executed a search warrant...
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Speedy trial during COVID-19 by SheelyLaw
As governments attempt to combat the spread of COVID-19, trials in the US have been postponed or canceled. But can they do that? Don’t you have a right to a speedy trial? Well, yes. But that phrase might not mean what you think it means. What is a speedy trial and where does that right...
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