Tag:District of Colorado

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinions from Aug. 9

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals released two decisions Aug. 9, dealing with the Children's Code and disability discrimination.

Denver Public Schools Pays Over $2.1 Million to Settle Allegations it Misused AmeriCorps Funds

The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced DPS paid more than $2 million to resolve a civil False Claims Act investigation into misuse of AmeriCorps funds.

Alfred Arraj’s Long-Lasting Impacts on the District Court

Alfred Arraj implemented innovative court administrative procedures that made the district court one of the most efficient courts in the nation.

AG Merrick Garland Appoints Cole Finegan to Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys

AG Garland announced the appointment of 12 U.S. attorneys to serve on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys.

Cole Finegan Sworn in as U.S. Attorney

The DOJ announced on Dec. 1 that Cole Finegan was sworn in as the U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado.

U.S. District Court Local Rules Revisions Effective Dec. 1

The U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado reviewed and approved revisions to its local rules effective Dec. 1.

Hogan Lovells’ Cole Finegan Nominated for U.S. Attorney

Cole Finegan, Hogan Lovells' office managing partner, was nominated to become the acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado.

‘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.