A new survey reveals law school debt has caused many borrowers to delay life milestones and detour away from careers in public service.
AG Phil Weiser joined 24 state attorneys generals from across America in filing a support brief for a DOJ challenge to a Texas abortion law.
Nathan Simington, Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, feels that a busy spectrum is a good problem to have.
The Aurora Police Department has a pattern of racially biased policing according to results of an investigation by the AG’s office
The first meeting of the study group on No-Knock Warrants and Forced Entry will meet. AG Phil Weiser, is tasked with organizing the group.
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected all of a bank’s arguments for reversal in a decades-long case, upholding a $100 million award.
IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law partnered together to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans — resulting in the recently released U.S. Justice Needs report.
More than two years after the death of Elijah McClain while in Aurora Police custody, a grand jury indicted five first responders with 32 counts connected with his death.
Ross Ziev of Help In Colorado, the Law Offices of Ross Ziev won $10.5 million for a mother and daughter who were left permanently disabled following exposure to meth fumes in their Littleton apartment.