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    It was a pleasure working with Josiah and Polanski Law firm. During the first consult, Josiah demonstrated a level of assertiveness, understanding, and creativity that reassured me that my case was in capable hands. Josiah was also incredib...
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    I was referred to Polansky Law and couldn't have been happier with the legal services offered. Josiah was an excellent attorney to work with, always responsive and communicative and willing to step up for individual's defense. He had a thor...
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    I highly recommend Josiah Cohen to anyone looking for a criminal lawyer. He was attentive to my needs, explained how everything worked, and provided me with various options to consider. Throughout the process, he was always available to ans...
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    I am thrilled to write this 5-star review for Lisa Polanski, the incredible attorney who represented me during a challenging legal situation. From the moment I hired Lisa, her professionalism, dedication, and expertise were evident, and I a...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    By far the best results I could have gotten! Josiah Cohen was there for me from the minute I spoke on the phone with him in reference to my legal issues. The day after I had first spoke with Mr. Cohen I called to ask a couple quick ques...
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Colorado Supreme Court Decision Allows Judges to Impose Domestic Violence Treatment Without a Jury Verdict

Colorado uses several different methods in the state’s effort to reduce the incidence of domestic violence. Some of these measures are clearly punitive, such as incarceration and fines for those Read More

What is “Sexploitation” and How Is it Charged?

In the digital age, where technology shapes our interactions and influences our behaviors, crimes such as sexploitation have emerged as significant concerns. Sexploitation involves the coercion, manipulation or blackmail of Read More

Common Defenses Against Assault Charges

Being charged with assault in Colorado can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. The potential consequences, ranging from fines and community service to jail time, can be life-altering. However, it's Read More

Rainbow Fentanyl On the Rise in the U.S.

In recent years, a new and particularly perilous form of fentanyl has emerged on the streets of the United States, affecting communities already grappling with the opioid epidemic. Known as Read More

What Do You Do if You Have a Warrant Out for Your Arrest

Discovering that there is a warrant out for your arrest can be an incredibly stressful and overwhelming experience. The legal implications can be daunting, and the fear of being apprehended Read More

Understanding the Limits of Colorado’s Open Carry Law

In the United States, the debate over gun control and the right to bear arms remains a complex and contentious issue. While the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees Read More

New Sentencing Guideline Broadens Eligibility for Compassionate Release From Prison

The criminal justice system, while necessary for maintaining order and protecting society, can present unforgiving circumstances for those who have committed offenses. However, within this system lies a mechanism known Read More

Understanding Colorado’s “Make My Day” Self-Defense Law

Under Colorado law, citizens have a special right of self-defense within their homes. The “Make My Day” statute empowers people to use force, up to and including deadly force, in Read More

The Most Common White-Collar Crimes in the U.S.

The term “white collar crime” refers to a broad range of criminal activity that is usually founded upon fraud or other deception for financial gain. White collar crimes do not Read More

Is Kidnapping a Federal Crime?

Kidnapping is generally defined as the abduction or confinement of another person without their consent. The perpetrator may use physical force, threats or fraud to abduct or confine the victim. Read More

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