Tag:Denver

Lawmakers Call for Sentencing Reform at Rally for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos

Lawmakers criticized Colorado's mandatory sentencing and hope to pass reforms in the upcoming legislative session.

Lawyers of the Year 2021: Ana Lazo Tenzer

Ana Lazo Tenzer, partner at Hogan Lovells’ Denver office, was awarded with Law Week's 2021 Lawyers of the Year designation.

Hogan Lovells, BAM, Lathrop GPM and Ireland Stapleton Hiring Updates, US District of Colorado Headed by Cole Finegan

This week, four law firms announced new hires and staff updates at Colorado offices and there were updates to the federal and state benches.

California Man Charged with Assault and Interference with a Flight Crew

The DOJ charged 20-year-old Brian Hsu of Irvine, California, with interference with a flight crew and assault.

New Trustees at Legal Aid Foundation, Gilbert Román Selected as Court of Appeals Chief-Judge Designate

Holland & Hart and Davis Graham & Stubbs add attorneys, Gilbert Román appointed to Chief-Judge designate for Court of Appeals and Myka Landry appointed to 13th JD.

‘You’re Dealing With a Crazy Person’: Denver Man Sentenced for Threatening to Murder Social Security Employee

Harold Ortiz of Denver was sentenced to over a year in prison for threatening to wait outside a Social Security Administration building and shoot employees.

Hall & Evans and Moye White Add Attorneys, New Additions Announced to State District Courts

This week, Gov. Polis appointed judges to state courts, two law firms added attorneys and a DEI certification named 28 local firms.

Cruel and Unusual?

After Jesus Gutierrez was convicted of felony menacing and unlawful use of an incendiary device in the commission of a felony, he was adjudicated...