The Presiding Disciplinary Judge publicly censured a judge Nov. 13 following allegations of inappropriate behavior toward a clerk.
This is the first time the commission has recommended sanctions for a Supreme Court justice since it was created in 1963.
Law Week caught up with bar associations and legal organizations to hear what topics and bills they’re keeping an eye on this session.
Judicial Discipline, Water Storage, Criminal Justice Reform Bills Introduced in General Assembly’s First Week
What’s already in the spotlight? Judicial discipline, water storage, alternate defense counsel contracts and criminal justice reform.
Colorado’s system for voting on judge retention is complicated, but the details matter when voters are looking to make an informed decision.
Bill Introduced to Repeal Requirement to Confirm Legal Status Before Issuing Identification Documents
Lawmakers introduced a bill that would repeal a requirement to confirm an individual's lawful presence in the U.S. before issuing identification documents.
Last week, the Colorado Supreme Court adopted rule changes for members and staff of the state’s judicial discipline commission.
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