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Colorado Revised Statutes Title 12. Professions and Occupations § 12-110-115. Violations

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(1) Fines. The director may issue an order against any person who willfully violates this article 110, after providing prior notice and an opportunity for a hearing pursuant to section 24-4-105. The director may impose a fine in an amount up to five thousand dollars for a single violation or twenty-five thousand dollars for multiple violations in a proceeding or a series of related proceedings.

(2) Criminal penalties. Any person who engages in or offers or attempts to engage in the conduct, promotion, or performance of live boxing matches without an active license or permit issued under this article 110 is subject to penalties pursuant to section 12-20-407(1)(a).

(3) Injunction. Whenever it appears to the director that a person has engaged or is about to engage in an act or practice that violates this article 110 or a rule or order issued under this article 110, the director may bring an action to enjoin the acts or practices and to enforce compliance with this article 110 or any rule or order.

(4) Enforcement. The commission and director may assist local law enforcement agencies in their investigations of violations of this article 110 and may initiate and carry out such investigations in coordination with local law enforcement agencies.

(5) Judicial review.Section 12-20-408 governs final director actions and orders appropriate for judicial review.

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