Colorado Probate Blog - Wade Ash Woods Hill & Farley, P.C.

Planning for the Apocalypse

Your options for preparing to survive a zombie apocalypse or other collapse of civilization as we know it now include some rather luxurious possibilities. According to a January 30, 2017 article in The New Yorker entitled “Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich”, highly affluent citizens of the United States have been quietly planning their survival strategies by hoarding rations, gold coins, and weapons and building state-of-the-art underground bunkers stocked with years of supplies.

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Jury Duty is No Laughing Matter

As part of our civic obligations, we may all, at some point, be called to serve on a jury. Whether we actually serve for a trial or get excused, jury duty is not to be taken lightly. Recently, Michael Chavis walked out of the courthouse during a break just after opening remarks by prosecutors in the case of Richard Wyatt, a man on trial for selling firearms illegally and evading income tax in connection with a gun shop he owned in Wheat Ridge. According to court documents, Chavis left his juror badge on the table after the break, grabbed his belongings and walked out of the courthouse. Chavis assumed he was done and said that he had “mental reservations” or a “panic attack.” He claimed he “wasn’t focused” when asked about his disappearance by Chief U.S. District Court Judge Marcia Krieger.

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