Tag:ACLU Colorado

Family Law in the 2024 Colorado Legislative Session

Legislators this year are working on changes that would affect the law around CFIs and PREs, protection orders and youth rights.

Colorado Amici: Local Perspectives on SCOTUS’ 303 Creative v. Elenis

With over 50 amicus briefs so far, 303 Creative v. Elenis has attracted national attention over its potential impacts.

Mark Silverstein of ACLU Colorado Reflects on a Legal Career Defending Civil Liberties

Longtime ACLU of Colorado Legal Director Mark Silverstein will retire after a career of bringing hard-hitting civil liberties cases.

Trial Starts Against Denver Police Over Use of Force in 2020 Protests

A lawsuit against the Denver Police Department for use of force during the George Floyd protests had its first day at trial on Monday.

Colorado Court of Appeals Revives Teller County ICE Suit, Nash v. Mikesell

The district court will now consider the case’s merits on the county sheriff’s obligations to enforce conflicting federal and state laws.

Judge Orders Weld County Jail to Increase Inmate Protections

Federal Judge Phillip Brimmer in a 39-page ruling required Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams to provide special protection to medically vulnerable inmates in the...

Civil Rights Group Locked In FOIA Battle With ICE

A civil rights group’s investigation into immigration detention centers has morphed into a protracted struggle for documents from the federal government. But now the...