A recent survey from the National Center for State Courts shows public trust in state courts and other government institutions has fallen.
CU Law’s Korey Wise Innocence Project has partnered with the CBI to review 51 cases that used hair microscopy evidence.
The IRS-Criminal Investigation Denver Field Office announced this morning the release of its annual investigative report.
The Colorado Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments at Overland High School in Aurora as part of the Courts in the Community Program.
Collins, Cockrel & Cole, P.C., a Lakewood law firm concentrating on special districts and municipalities, announced it’s dividing into two new firms.
An allegedly unconstitutional tax increase doubling a local water district’s mill levy is being challenged in a class action lawsuit filed last week.
Messner Reeves partner Katherine Otto recently won three jury trials in the span of a month. In all three cases, she defended health care clients against allegations of professional malpractice.
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Silicon Flatirons presented the “State of the Art of Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law,” exploring AI use in the law.
Consent Decree Agreement Reached Between Aurora and Colorado AG Addressing Systemic Public Safety Changes
Aurora and AG Weiser have reached a final agreement in principle on the terms of a consent decree to resolve issues identified in a September report.
The Colorado Supreme Court rejected legal challenges and approved the state’s new legislative redistricting map.