Tag:Colorado State Patrol

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinions for Sept. 11

The 10th Circuit made multiple rulings including in a case related to an age discrimination lawsuit.

Family Reaches $19 Million Settlement Over Officer Killing of Christian Glass

The family of Christian Glass has reached a $19 million settlement, the largest known police settlement in Colorado.

Student Removed from Colorado Capital During Protest

Since the incident, Colorado lawmakers have released statements condemning the response by law enforcement as unnecessary.

Colorado State Patrol Introduces Efforts to Increase Troopers

The Colorado State Patrol announced Dec. 19 a new plan to increase the number of troopers on Colorado roads, as fatal crashes continue to grow in the state.

Colorado DAs Sound Alarm on Car Thefts

Concerns are continuing to grow for many Colorado district attorneys as car thefts rise across the state.

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.

Click It or Ticket – the Origins of Seat Belt Laws in Colorado

The trio of seat belt laws joined three other safety laws in Colorado, including provisions for traffic safety, accident reporting and the use of helmets for motorcyclists.