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Colorado Supreme Court to Hear Convicted Murderer’s Case for Recovering Seized Property

The Colorado Supreme Court on Aug. 16 agreed it will hear a case from pro se appellant James Woo, who alleges the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act violates his due process rights by barring his attempt to recover property seized during his arrest.

Court Opinions- Nov 23, 2020

Cisneros v. Elder In this action, Saul Cisneros sought money damages for having been wrongfully held in the El Paso County jail after his daughter...

Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Government Immunity Cases

The Colorado Supreme Court on Oct. 13 heard arguments in two cases that shed light on the tension between the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act and...

Court Opinions – Sep 14, 2020

Woo v. El Paso County Sheriff’s Office In February 2018, a jury convicted Woo of first-degree murder and the court sentenced him to life in...

Court Opinions- Jun 24, 2019

People in the Interest of T.B. The Colorado Sex Offender Registration Act, requires that juveniles who are twice adjudicated for unlawful sexual behavior must register...

Court Opinions- Apr 8, 2019

People v. Perez Marcus Perez appealed the judgment of conviction entered on a jury verdict finding him guilty of second-degree assault on a peace officer...

Supreme Court Considers Reach of CGIA

The City of Colorado Springs can be sued for injuries resulting from decades of environmental contamination that happened long before the establishment of a...