Civil Rights Litigation Blog
When dealing with the police, it’s important to know your rights so you can identify police misconduct when it happens.
The newest law in Colorado regarding police misconduct is the Law Enforcement Integrity Act, and it aims to increase police accountability and transparency.
Know your post-conviction rights and if you qualify for post-conviction relief.
If you live in Colorado, getting your records sealed is much easier than it used to be.
Colorado has several laws to help people get equal pay for equal work.
In 2022, Colorado passed HB 22-1367 that made several updates to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA).
The police can’t lie in every instance but most of the time it’s completely legal for them to lie.
Do you know how your Miranda rights have changed with the recent 2022 SCOTUS ruling?
Malicious prosecution happens when someone prosecutes you without probable cause, and with malice.
If you are ever in a situation with the law, take the opportunity to respectfully record the police and protect your civil rights.
Regardless of whether you are a member of a protected class or not, it’s important to understand the anti-discrimination laws and how they have changed over the years.
Discrimination can take many forms but there are certain behaviors and situations that you should keep an eye out for as red flags that might be indicative of discrimination.