Tag:Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline

Three Judges Disciplined in 2021, 17 Cases Considered

The annual report offers a rare glimpse behind the curtain of the body responsible for investigating claims of judicial misconduct.

Colorado Supreme Court Censures Judge Thompson, Gives 30-Day Suspension

Judge Mark Thompson has been suspended from his judicial duties for 30 days without pay and has been publicly censured by the Colorado Supreme Court.

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.

Chief Justice Discusses Scandal Investigations, Judicial Discipline Commission Independence During Legislative Hearing

Lawmakers questioned Chief Justice Brian Boatright about investigations into judicial branch scandals during a hearing on Tuesday.

Supreme Court Adopts New Rules for Judicial Discipline Commission

Last week, the Colorado Supreme Court adopted rule changes for members and staff of the state’s judicial discipline commission.

Two Judges Disciplined Publicly, Three Privately in 2020

The Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline on Aug. 3 released its annual report detailing disciplinary actions taken against Colorado judges and the number and nature of judicial misconduct complaints it received in 2020.

Judicial Department Scandals Push Discipline Commission into the Spotlight

Reports of misconduct have brought attention to the role of the Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline

Judge Gets Suspension for DWAI

Judge Lance Timbreza of Colorado’s 21st Judicial District has been publicly censured and suspended for 28 days without pay by the Colorado Supreme Court...