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Juvenile Crimes Archives

When your Colorado college experience includes drug problems

If you were to say that partying is sometimes part of your college life, you definitely wouldn't be the only student to admit this. In fact, some people say partying is merely a typical aspect of college life in Colorado and most other states. If you are age 21 or beyond, then imbibing alcohol, for instance, is not necessarily against school rules or state laws. If you happen to live on a dry campus, it can definitely cause a problem.

Why Did I Get Charged With a Crime?

Often we have clients confused how they are charged with a crime when they were not actively involved with the crime itself.  The answer, they are charged under the theory of complicity.  Colorado has enacted the statute of complicity stating, "A person is legally accountable as principal for the behavior of another constituting a criminal offense if, with the intent to promote or facilitate the commission of the offense, he or she aids, abets, advises, or encourages the other person in the planning or committing the offense." C.R.S 18-1-603

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