Tag:Denver District Attorney’s Office

Remembering Norm Early: Denver DA Office Giant and Passionate Legal Legend

The Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Colorado’s first black prosecutor, Norm Early, died from complications of diabetes and medical issues on May 5. 

General Assembly Passes Bill to Close Gaps in Witness Intimidation Law

The Colorado legislature on Tuesday passed a bill with strong support from prosecutors to expand the definition of witness intimidation.

Judge Gary Jackson Inducted Into the Blacks in Colorado Hall of Fame After a 51-Year Pioneering Career

Judge Gary Jackson was inducted this month into the Blacks in Colorado Hall of Fame for a career where he advocated for diversity in the bar.

1994 Denver Cold Case Gets 2021 Arrest

The Denver DA in June announced it charged Steven Cumberbatch with the murder of Rita Desjardine, a breakthrough on a 1994 cold case.

Denver DAs Prosecutorial Discretion Not Influenced by Race Report Says

Prosecutorial discretion does not account for different racial and ethnic outcomes in dismissals and deferred judgement in Denver.

With Growing COVID-19 Concerns, Some DAs Look to Release Those in Custody

With the day-to-day changes to the situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus, many organizations, from hotels to restaurants, are finding new ways to conduct business...

Holland & Hart Adds Three

Holland & Hart announced Thursday the addition of partner Terry Gorrell, of counsel Ned Giles, and associate Kevin Giles, to the firm’s real estate...

DU Honors Brightest Stars

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law held its annual DU Law Stars Dinner Oct. 23, recognizing two alumni and one faculty member...