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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Colorado on
Q: What do u do when a judge is asked 3 times to recuse themselves for strong conflict of interest when your suing the judg

Judge, in a higher court over the same case as the district court , and strong showing of bias, deprivation of constitutional and civil rights in a criminal case in the district court, and a sheer abuse of discretion and power while she’s allowing a malicious prosecution with prosecutorial... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Feb 24, 2024

When facing a situation where a judge has denied motions to recuse themselves despite a perceived conflict of interest, and your rights seem to be compromised, the next step involves escalating the issue within the legal system. You have the option to file an appeal against the judge's... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Colorado on
Q: What are examples of a piece of real estate being used or held for government purposes?

We are looking to possibly sell a piece of real estate that is currently blank land. It is used for carnivals and parking. On the same parcel (which would be subdivided). There is an event center which is owned by the City however this land is on the other side of the parcel and undeveloped. I do... View More

Michael Joseph Larranaga
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answered on Jul 21, 2023

It sounds like you may have a title issue.

If you are concerned the government is using the land without your permission, it could be a taking or trespass. It is also likely there is some type of agreement on the property. Regardless, you would need to dig deeper into it.

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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Government Contracts and Intellectual Property for Colorado on
Q: Does my company own the right to my licenses?

During the course of my employment with my current employer I uptained my professional engineer (PE) license. I paid for all classes, books, exams out of my pocket. I even took paid time off to take the exam. My company really wants to use this license on their proposal work in order to win more... View More

D. Mathew Blackburn
D. Mathew Blackburn
answered on Oct 27, 2021

The company does not have the right to use your property without your permission. Get your request in writing and then if they don't comply within 10 days go get a lawyer.

Also, if you're a W2 employee and you were told you would receive a pay increase and you didn't file a...
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