A tragic accident left one University of Colorado student, 21, dead in 2015, and two of her companions seriously injured. Law enforcement that responded to the scene of the accident believed that sleep deprivation, substance abuse, and high speed contributed to the deadly crash. The driver has now been found guilty and sentenced. Recounting the [...]
While many car accidents occur when an at-fault driver comes into physical contact with another vehicle, a person, or property, there are also accidents incited by a vehicle without physical contact. In these cases, we refer to that vehicle as a “phantom vehicle.” For example, if another driver’s actions cause you to respond in a [...]
Fall Community Involvement at the Rector Law Firm It’s been a busy few months here at Rector Law Firm, between some exciting company growth and our numerous community involvement events in and around the Colorado Springs area. From golf tournaments to concerts and more, we’ve been all over the area in support of several [...]
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Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Many recognize this distinguished crest as a testament of freedom. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom to vote – one of the few countries where people have the God-given and unalienable constitutional right to dictate the route of their future wellbeing and prosperity. This traditional ideology is [...]
I feel sorry for the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. My heart breaks for those nine Ivy League law school graduates who have the most renowned jurist jobs in the world. I weep for this august octet plus one who, from the outside looking in, have privileged, well-paid, and prestigious jobs in which whatever [...]
RECTOR LAW FIRM - PERA LAWSUIT UPDATE (Gazette Telegraph: By Jakob Rodgers • Published: March 13, 2015 ) A lawsuit alleging that Memorial Hospital employees were forced from a lucrative pension program failed to prove Colorado Springs officials did anything wrong, city attorneys argued in a motion filed this week. The motion - which sought [...]
On February 9, 2006 the defendant pleaded guilty in exchange for a 4 year deferred judgment and sentence. “Provisionally,” the court accepted the plea and stated it would decide whether to accept the plea after a psycho-sexual eval. On July 5, 2006 the court accepted the plea and imposed the DJS. On July 1, 2010 [...]