The 10th Circuit upheld a district court's decision regarding summary judgement granted to CDOC employees and others.
Sturm Law Students Secure $300,000 Settlement for Diabetic ADX Prisoner Following Eighth Amendment Violations
The Federal Bureau of Prisons agreed to pay a $300,000 settlement to a diabetic prisoner for violation of his Eighth Amendment rights.
The 10th Circuit found a deputy and medical personnel shouldn’t have been granted qualified immunity in a wrongful death case.
The Colorado Court of Appeals published four opinions including Capital One v. Colorado Department of Revenue and Marriage of Flanders.
The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled on four cases today, including People v. Taylor, People v. Caime, Johnson v. CSA and In re Estate of Dowdy
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Colorado Supreme Court Strikes Down Mandatory Lifetime Juvenile Sex Offender Registration as Unconstitutional
The Colorado Supreme Court concluded mandatory lifetime sex offender registration for qualifying juveniles is cruel and unusual.
The state Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that questions whether the sex offender registration might violate the Eighth Amendment.
Corporate Counsel Insight
Corporations have been found to have free speech and due process rights like individuals do under the constitution. They also have Eighth Amendment rights...
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