The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday concluded that a defendant living rent-free with his parents may be eligible for court-appointed counsel.
The Colorado Supreme Court Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being issued a final report last week offering recommendations to address physical and mental health problems that plague attorneys, judges and law students and build a more sustainable culture in the legal industry.
Fred Yarger and Jerome DeHerrera guided an independent commission through the "uncharted waters" of Colorado's new redistricting process.
In addition to issuing important opinions this year, the Colorado Supreme Court played a key role in critical areas of the legal profession.
The Colorado Supreme Court held that a high-speed bill reading during the General Assembly’s 2019 session didn’t comply with the Colorado Constitution.