Tag:Department of Corrections

Court Opinions- Dec 23, 2019

Vigil v. People Nathan Richard Vigil was charged with first-degree aggravated motor vehicle theft, second-degree burglary, theft and attempt to commit second-degree burglary in connection...

The Umbrella Is Bigger Than You Think

Back in the dim reaches of the law school memories you haven’t repressed, you may be able to make out the shadowy outline of...

Court Opinions – Jul 8, 2019

City and County of Denver v. Consolidated Ditches of Water District No. 2 Under a 1940 water use agreement, Denver agreed, in lieu of making...

Court Opinions- May 20, 2019

People v. Porter Reginald Porter, just months after being released from Department of Corrections custody for a prior conviction, robbed and attempted to sexually assault...

State Department of Corrections Agrees to Change Mail Policy

The Colorado Department of Corrections has changed its policy around inmates’ ability to receive mail following a joint resolution between the CDOC and the...

Court Opinion

People v. Tresco Gabriel Tresco appealed the judgment of conviction entered on a jury verdict finding him guilty of second-degree assault. Tresco argued that the...

Court Opinions- Feb 18, 2019

People v. Porter Reginald Porter in 2002, just months after being released from Department of Corrections custody for a prior conviction, robbed and attempted to...

Court Opinions- Jan 28, 2019

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for January 21 People v. Wood Patrick Wood was convicted of second-degree murder and four other charges after killing the assistant manager...