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Computer chip makers get their knuckles rapped for hiking the price of chips to rip the public off. Denver, CO (Law Firm Newswire) July 15, 2010 – In what could be one of the largest antitrust settlements in the nation at $173 million, Colorado and 32 other states banded together and sued several makers of dynamic random access memory computer chips for scheming to jack up prices of their product – a distinct disadvantage for government agencies, businesses and individual consumers. Artificially raising their prices brought the whole house of cards down on them. “This case is a good example […]


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Denver, CO (Law Firm Newswire) June 8, 2010 – Colorado has taken a giant step forward in imposing jail sentences for repeat drunk drivers. “The law Colorado just brought into being mandates jail sentences for repeat drunk drivers – a minimum 10 day stint for a second offense and 60 days for third infractions and further offenses. The bill allows for work release programs but won’t permit in-home detention for a second offense within 5 years of the first,” explained Miller Leonard, a Denver federal criminal defense lawyer and Denver criminal defense attorney. The main reason Colorado took this step […]


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Police officers do not always need a warrant to enter your home. Denver, CO (Law Firm Newswire) May 10, 2010 – “While many people enjoy watching police shows on TV that deal with how the cops apprehend a criminal and how they have to get a warrant to go to a person’s place to arrest them, etc., this isn’t always the reality,” said Miller Leonard, a Denver federal criminal defense lawyer and state criminal defense lawyer. On TV the officers are usually greeted at the door by someone that says “Where’s your warrant?” It’s a fair question, because in ‘most’ […]


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