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Colorado Hit and Run Laws

Colorado Hit and Run Laws

Colorado hit and run laws: What to do after an accident in the centennial state? Under 42-4-1601, Colorado hit and run laws, the first thing to do after an accident is to immediately stop the vehicle at the scene or close by. Failure to do stop and fulfill the...
Colorado Sexting Laws

Colorado Sexting Laws

A comprehensive overview of the Sexting laws in Colorado. Quick take: Possession, distribution, and creation of sexually explicit images depicting a minor is a punishable offense.Adults receiving unsolicited sexts may pursue civil action.Felony offender may have to...
Dog Bite Laws Colorado

Dog Bite Laws Colorado

Colorado dog bite laws are a combination of strict liability ordinances and negligence laws.  Primarily what you must remember is that the victim does not have to show that the owner had any knowledge of the dog’s vicious propensities. In 2004, the state of...
Colorado Whistleblower Laws

Colorado Whistleblower Laws

A summary of Colorado Whistleblower laws Colorado is an at-will employment state like many other states. However, Colorado has statutory and common law protections put in place to protect whistleblowers from all kinds of retaliation. Statutory protections are enacted...
Colorado Child Support Laws

Colorado Child Support Laws

Colorado child support laws dictate the rights and obligations of caregivers; however, the intricacies of these guidelines can get a little confusing especially when it comes to calculating your parental obligation. For example, did you know that the state’s “parental...
Colorado Car Seat Laws

Colorado Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in Colorado The rear-facing seat requirements for children in Colorado are at least 1 year old and 20 pounds.Children of ages 1 to 4 with at least 40 pounds can use either a rear-facing or forward facing seat.Booster seats can be used...