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Federal Judges Request Funds to Keep Up With Security Risks, Growing Workload and Other...

Federal judges asked for increased funding for the judicial branch to keep up cyber security concerns, staffing shortages and more.

Boulder Health System, Employees Agree to Resolve Investigation into Improper Prescribing of Opioids

The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced multiple parties have agreed to resolve allegations related to improper opioid prescribing at the Mapleton Pain Clinic.

Remembering Norm Early: Denver DA Office Giant and Passionate Legal Legend

The Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Colorado’s first black prosecutor, Norm Early, died from complications of diabetes and medical issues on May 5. 

Leaked Draft Opinion Suggests SCOTUS is Set to Overturn Roe v. Wade

The U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a draft opinion leaked on Monday.
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Settlement with Mining Companies at the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund Site Finalized

The EPA on April 29 announced the approval of a consent decree settlement regarding the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund Site in San Juan County, Colorado.

Americans Divided on Bias in Justice System, Agree on Changes to Voting Process

Americans remain divided based on age and race about whether there is bias in the justice system, according to an annual ABA survey.

127 Pass February 2022 Bar Exam

More than 250 test takers took the February Bar Exam and 127 passed. Lawyers who passed are eligible to join the bar May 23.
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Fentanyl Bill Stalls in Senate Judiciary Committee After Testimony and Opposition Rally

With two weeks left in session at the Colorado GA, the clock to pass one of this year's most watched bills is ticking.

Aurora Police Consent Decree Monitor Holds First Townhall

The independent monitor selected to oversee progress made by the city of Aurora in its policing practices held its first town hall.

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clinic and Owner Agree to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Springbok Health Inc. and Mark Jankelow, Springbok’s owner and CEO, have settled to resolve allegations they violated the False Claims Act.