Tag:Department of Corrections

Local Firms Announce New Attorneys, Recognitions; Candidates Announced for Colorado Court of Appeals Judgeships

Local firms announced new attorneys and recognitions; candidates announced for Colorado Court of Appeals judgeships; and more.

Free Communication For Those Incarcerated in Colorado by 2025

Gov. Jared Polis recently signed House Bill 23-1133 into law impacting prisoners’ ability to communicate with the outside world.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for July 1

The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 1 ruled in Accetta v. Brooks Tower Residence, People in Interest of J.M.M. and others.

Court Opinions – Dec 07, 2020

People v. Barnett Matthew Barnett was charged with attempt to influence a public servant and forgery. At trial, after the prosecution rested, Barnett moved for...

Man Gets 304-Year Sentence

A Douglas County district court judge has imposed a human trafficking sentence that is the second-longest in state history. Judge Theresa Slade ordered Oct. 8...

Supreme Court Considers ALJ Authority

The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case that could affect the process state employees face when their cases go before...

Court Opinions- Aug 10, 2020

People v. Lopez Gage Lopez, an inmate at a Department of Corrections facility, walked inside from the prison yard and twice exposed his genitals to...

Court Opinions- Aug 03, 2020

People v. Lowe In May 2015, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office was asked to locate and apprehend Brian Lowe after he escaped from parole...