Tag:Colorado Constitution

10th Circuit Returns for Oral Arguments on Pandemic Insurance Coverage, CO Campaign Contribution Caps and More

The 10th Circuit will hold five days of oral arguments next week on issues like COVID-19 insurance coverage, campaign donation caps and more.

A Brief History of Colorado Dues Checkoffs for State Employees

The state Supreme Court in 2004 ruled state employees and labor organizations had standing to sue the governor over an executive order.

Arvada Police Sued Over Shooting of Johnny Hurley a Year After His Death

The case relies on a police reform bill passed in 2020 that allows suits against officers based on violations of the state constitution.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Feb. 24

The Court of Appeals issued four opinions on Feb. 24, including if defendants who refuse a blood draw are protected by the Fourth Amendment.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Nov. 18

The Colorado Court of Appeals issued opinions on two criminal cases, a personal injury case and a family law case.

New Legislative Map Approved By Colorado Supreme Court

The Colorado Supreme Court rejected legal challenges and approved the state’s new legislative redistricting map.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Nov. 10

The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion on Rocky Mountain Gun Owners v. Polis, which challenges the passage of the "red flag law."

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Nov. 4

The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled on four cases today, including People v. Taylor, People v. Caime, Johnson v. CSA and In re Estate of Dowdy