Tag:criminal law

Colorado Lawyers on Growing Number of Federal Antitrust Cases

A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.

Abortion Law Enforcement Spills into AG Races Across U.S.

Across the country, enforcement of criminal laws against abortion has become a campaign issue for elected prosecutors.

Defendants Acquitted in Antitrust Trial Over Poultry Prices

Seasoned antitrust attorneys who represented the defendants say it was one of the most unusual cases they’ve handled.

Proof of Intent Required to Convict Doctors Under CSA, Supreme Court Rules

The court overturned two opinions by appeals courts, including one by the 10th Circuit, and ruled prosecutors must prove a doctor's intent.

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Colorado Case over Tribe Convictions and Double Jeopardy

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court published its opinion in a Colorado case over double jeopardy, Denezpi v. US.

Gov. Polis Appoints Samuel Vigil to the 16th Judicial District Court

Gov. Jared Polis on June 10 appointed Judge Samuel Vigil to the 16th Judicial District Court, effective July 2.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for June 2

The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled on cases about Miranda rights, the Indian Child Welfare Act and the collateral bar rule.

Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for May 31

The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday published an opinion in a case about a defendant's request to delay his trial for change of counsel.