Blue Ash police turn to Colorado for help understand marijuana laws

>> i think it’s imperative to keep my officers up to speed, every day, every month, every week, whatever it is.

Dan: blue ash police chief paul hartinger is big on training, and now the focus shifts to medical marijuana.

> what are the things that i need to know on the streets so that i do my job well and do it right but still enforce the laws that are on the books? dan: in order to get a better idea, he brought in a former prosecutor from colorado last week, to read ohio’s law, and help his officers navigate a budding industry in 2018. read more

What is a lawsuit? How does personal injury law work in Colorado?

So a personal injury lawsuit is something that is filed in a courthouse but it is only filed if we are unable to informally resolve the claim.

And i would say a significant portion of claims that are brought are able to resolve by presenting informal information to an insurance company documenting everything that has occurred and using the weight of our practice to leverage a case through the settlement process. read more

Governor signs bill allowing full-strength beer phase-in

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Friday to gradually allow grocery stores to market full-strength beer, liquor and wine, making the most significant change to state alcohol laws since the end of Prohibition.

The law establishes a 20-year duration for grocers to slowly get alcohol licenses, occasionally by paying for those held by bordering liquor stores. read more