Tag:Colorado Supreme Court
Redistricting Commission Says Congressional Map Can’t Please Everyone. But Will It Please the Court?
The Colorado Supreme Court has until Nov. 1 to approve the final congressional redistricting map or send it back to an independent commission for revisions.
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two criminal cases where judges used analogies to explain reasonable doubt.
On Oct. 12, the Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two criminal cases and a proposed congressional redistricting map.
The Colorado Supreme Court is taking steps to set up a state-wide program after a report on a pilot lawyer well-being program was released.
In September 2021, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge issued opinions in eight attorney regulation cases.
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Twenty-seven organizations joined the pilot Lawyer Well-Being Recognition Program for Legal Employers from the Colorado Supreme Court.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on notable cases including People v. Tafoya, McDonald v. People and Harvey v. Catholic Health Initiatives.