Tag:Colorado Attorney General

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.

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.

Colorado Lawyers Committee Announces Award Winners

The Colorado Lawyers Committee recognized Davis Graham & Stubbs partner Peter Schwartz with its Outstanding Sustained Contribution Award during an awards luncheon on Oct. 21.

Parents of Elijah McClain Reach Settlement in Principle with Aurora

Attorneys for the family of Elijah McClain announced on Monday they have reached a settlement in principle with the City of Aurora in a civil rights lawsuit, but the city said the parents must complete a separate allocation process before it can sign a settlement agreement.

Grand Junction Caregivers Charged by AG’s Office in Death of 86-Year-Old Woman

Three caregivers working at an assisted living and memory care facility in Grand Junction have been charged with negligent death felonies, and two with forgery, all relating to the death of an 86-year-old woman left in 102-degree heat.

Colorado Joins Coalition Supporting DOJ’s Lawsuit Against Texas Abortion Ban

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.

Aurora Police Routinely Uses Excessive Force and Engages in Racist Policing, According to AG Report

The Aurora Police Department has a pattern of racially biased policing according to results of an investigation by the AG’s office

First Meeting of No-Knock & Forced Entry Study Group to Be Held Tomorrow

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.