Legislative Look Ahead: Fentanyl, Consent and Youth Interrogations Among Criminal Law Topics to Watch at Capitol
The 2022 legislative session is likely to bring criminal justice-related bills on fentanyl, witness intimidation and youth interrogations.
The Colorado Supreme Court issued four opinions in criminal cases on Monday, including one involving the state's "make my day" statute.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two Sixth Amendment cases involving defendants represented by public defenders.
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued opinions on two criminal cases, a personal injury case and a family law case.
Prosecutorial discretion does not account for different racial and ethnic outcomes in dismissals and deferred judgement in Denver.
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday in four cases, including one about whether a dead man must pay restitution.
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
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Supreme Court to Consider Whether Wife’s Removal from Courtroom Violated Defendant’s Right to Public Trial
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear a case on whether removal of a defendant's wife from the courtroom violated his right to a public trial.