Criminal Defense

Exploring Denver’s New Mushroom Law: What You Need to Know

May 06,2023

Do you love mushrooms? Well, if you’re a resident of Denver, Colorado, you have a reason to celebrate! Earlier this year, Denver became the first city in the US to decriminalize magic mushrooms, meaning adults over the age of 21 can legally possess and use them within city limits. But what does this new mushroom […]

Possible Drug Penalties in Colorado

May 04,2023

Drug convictions can result in serious consequences and may have long-reaching effects on the life of an individual convicted. Knowing what to expect ahead of time allows individuals charged with a drug offense to take proactive steps to build their defense. In Colorado, individuals should be aware that conviction of a drug charge comes with […]

Marijuana DUI in Colorado

April 26,2023

In Colorado, it is now legal to possess and use small amounts of marijuana for recreational purposes. However, driving while under the influence of marijuana is still illegal. If you are pulled over and suspected of DUI, you will be required to take a blood test to determine your THC level. If your THC level […]

Possible Penalties for a DUI in Colorado

February 22,2023

DUIs are no laughing matter. In Colorado, the penalties for a DUI can be quite severe. If you are convicted of a DUI, you could be facing jail time, expensive fines, and a license suspension. In addition, you will likely have to attend alcohol education classes and install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. […]

Colorado DUI Process: The Steps of Your DUI Case

January 13,2023

Were you given a DUI or DWAI ticket and facing charges in court? Are the details of your Colorado DUI case overwhelming and confusing? This blog post will provide essential details about navigating through key steps of your DUI process so that you can feel empowered to make better decisions along the way. With this […]

Legal Marijuana Use in Colorado

December 02,2021

Every year millions of people travel to Colorado for the rugged beauty and outdoor recreation of the Rocky Mountains or the dining and nightlife of Denver. After the passage of Colorado Constitutional Amendment 64 in November of 2012, Colorado visitors found another way to experience the “Rocky Mountain High”, recreational marijuana. If you are traveling […]

Colorado’s Current Drug Laws

November 15,2021

In 2019, Colorado passed a new law de-felonizing most low-level drug possessions charges. The bill, HB 19-1263, also created a grant, hoping to redirect funds to Drug Courts that help people fight addiction. This law went into effect in March of 2020. Currently, under C.R.S. 18-18-403.5, the majority of simple drug possession crimes became class 1 […]

Greg Greer Joins Kalamaya | Goscha

February 13,2020

We are pleased to announce that Greg Greer has joined our team as senior trial counsel. Criminal Defense For over thirty years, Greg has helped thousands of Garfield County clients successfully make their way through the criminal justice system. Greg’s experience crosses the spectrum of criminal defense. He has represented clients with every level criminal […]

Impacts of Body Cam Footage on a Criminal Case

November 08,2019

Aspen Police decide to continue body cam use over the next five years.

How to Modify a Permanent Protection Order

August 09,2019

If a Judge has granted a permanent civil protection order, the next logical question is whether there is any opportunity for termination or modification. The procedure for modification is dictated by statute at C.R.S. § 13-114-108. A restrained party may modify or terminate a protection order in two ways. The first way is to secure […]

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