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Learn more about Colorado drug laws

Under Colorado law, drug possession becomes drug trafficking based largely on the volume of drugs the police claim was in your possession. The law treats different drugs quite differently, and if you are ever arrested on drug charges, you need to know how the state treats say, heroin and Xanax differently.

New Colorado law restricts police use of asset forfeiture

It probably doesn’t surprise you that the police have the power to seize your property, as long as they have legal permission to do so and the property is related to a criminal investigation. What you might not know -- unless it’s happened to you -- is that law enforcement agencies often keep what they take, including suspects’ bank accounts, cars and other valuables. Even when the suspect is never convicted of a crime.

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