Tag:Freedom of Speech

10th Circuit Returns for May Oral Arguments

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals returns for oral arguments on more than 50 cases from Colorado and beyond.

Supreme Court Dives Into Mens Rea, Online Context in Colorado Appeal on ‘True Threats’

At oral argument, the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court pressed attorneys on how to define true threats from a Colorado appeal.

Argument Previews: Colorado ‘True Threat’ Appeal Goes to SCOTUS

The U.S. Supreme Court April 19 will hear oral arguments for an appeal out of state court over what’s considered a “true threat.”

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Colorado Case Over Online Threats

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a Colorado man’s appeal which asked how courts should analyze someone’s subjective intent with threats.

Justices Hear Colorado Web Designer’s Public Accommodation First Amendment Appeal

The case could have sweeping impacts on the legal definition of speech and the reach of class-based discrimination protections.

10th Circuit Returns for Oral Arguments on Pandemic Insurance Coverage, CO Campaign Contribution Caps and More

The 10th Circuit will hold five days of oral arguments next week on issues like COVID-19 insurance coverage, campaign donation caps and more.

Big Decisions: Rise of the Conservative Majority on the Supreme Court

During the United States Supreme Court’s recently concluded term, the nation saw major changes on keystone issues such as reproductive rights, environmental regulation, First Amendment rights, guns and more.

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.