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Teddy was born in Portland, Oregon on December 20, 2007. He moved to Boulder and joined the law firm of Barre M. Sakol, P.C. as an associate in February 2008. He subsequently became a junior partner in the firm. Teddy provides a unique experience for Barre’s clients. His gentle demeanor is calming when someone is feeling stressed, anxious, angry or afraid, which is not uncommon when dealing with serious legal matters.
Posted on: September 15, 2016
When a married couple with children decides to get divorced, one of the first questions that come up will often be about parenting time. Who gets the kid(s) when, will there be a “primary” parent, and what happens if I want to change the arrangement? Of course, every family is different, and every case is… Read more »
Posted on: September 1, 2016
As a general rule, judges and prosecutors simply don’t want to deal with perjury unless it directly affects a case they are prosecuting. One of the reasons that prosecutors don’t like to charge perjury is because a person can avoid perjury charges by retracting the false statements any time before the case is finalized. If… Read more »
Posted on: August 18, 2016
In my experience, when people are arrested they tend to fall victim to a condition I affectionately call, “diarrhea of the mouth.” Suddenly, they want to talk to everybody about what happened and they incorrectly assume that what they’re saying is privileged information. It’s important to remember when talking to your parents, your siblings or… Read more »