The state Republican Party sued to block a law that allows independent voters to participate in major political parties’ primary elections.
The 10th Circuit ruled a civil lawsuit brought against detectives whose investigation led to a wrongful conviction may proceed.
Three justices dissented from a majority that declined to hear the appeal of a man sentenced to death with a juror who expressed racial bias.
The Colorado Court of Appeals published four opinions on March 4 on criminal law, family law and an intergovernmental agreement.
The Court of Appeals issued four opinions on Feb. 24, including if defendants who refuse a blood draw are protected by the Fourth Amendment.
SCOTUS Grants Cert to Colorado Web Designer’s First Amendment Appeal of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act
The appeal brought by a website designer asks the court to settle unanswered questions from another Colorado case, Masterpiece Cakeshop.