Tag:judges

Legislative Committee on Judicial Reform Holds Final Meeting

Lawmakers gave additional background, passed amendments and explained issues they plan to prioritize next session.

Three Judges Disciplined in 2021, 17 Cases Considered

The annual report offers a rare glimpse behind the curtain of the body responsible for investigating claims of judicial misconduct.

What’s Next for Judicial Discipline in Colorado?

On Wednesday, lawmakers laid out proposed changes to how judicial discipline cases are handled in Colorado.

Politics Play a Role in Judicial Diversity, Panel Says

A panel of speakers hosted by the ABA discussed the history, hurdles and current state of diversity on the bench.

Possible Expansion for Colorado Program Bridging Criminal Justice and Mental Health

The Colorado General Assembly will consider expanding a program to bridge the criminal justice system with mental health programs.

Colorado Legislature Considers Changes for Judicial Discipline

A special committee of the Colorado Legislature considered changes and improvements in how the judicial branch handles judge discipline.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for April 28

The Colorado Court of Appeals published its opinions in People v. Khalil Sander and Johnson Family Law v. Grant Bursek on April 28.

Law Week Lookahead: April 2022

Stay connected with the Colorado legal community this month with events to learn, socialize or hone your skills.