Tag:Colorado Bureau of Investigation

Foley Hoag, Sherman & Howard, CP2 Add Attorneys

Foley Hoag, Sherman & Howard and Coan, Payton & Payne added new attorneys and more.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for March 14

The Colorado Court of Appeals two opinions on March 14, including a ruling on what evidence can be brought in trial.

1987 Cold Case Victim Gets 2023 ID

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation on Nov. 8 announced a victim identification in a 1987 cold case homicide in Jackson County.

Brownstein Adds New Attorney; Firms Announce Best Law Firm Recognitions

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck added a new attorney, firms announced Best Law Firm recognitions and more.

PDJ Sanctions 5th Judicial District Judge Mark Thompson

The presiding disciplinary judge suspended Judge Mark Thompson as a Colorado-licensed lawyer for six months after an incident last year.

Possible Delay for Felony Sentencing Reform Bill

The co-chair of a sentencing reform task force told lawmakers a bill to overhaul felony sentencing laws might not be ready until 2023.

Colorado Governor Issues 1,351 End-of-Year Marijuana Pardons

The governor has now pardoned more than 4,000 people convicted of now legal marijuana possession since October 2020. 

CU Law Students Review CBI Cases for Potential Exoneration

CU Law’s Korey Wise Innocence Project has partnered with the CBI to review 51 cases that used hair microscopy evidence.