Tag:prosecutors

Abortion Law Enforcement Spills into AG Races Across U.S.

Across the country, enforcement of criminal laws against abortion has become a campaign issue for elected prosecutors.

Proof of Intent Required to Convict Doctors Under CSA, Supreme Court Rules

The court overturned two opinions by appeals courts, including one by the 10th Circuit, and ruled prosecutors must prove a doctor's intent.

Supreme Court Adopts Rule on Prosecutors’ Duty to Disclose Defense-Friendly Evidence

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday announced changes to an ethics rule on prosecutors' disclosure of defense-friendly evidence.

Denver DAs Prosecutorial Discretion Not Influenced by Race Report Says

Prosecutorial discretion does not account for different racial and ethnic outcomes in dismissals and deferred judgement in Denver.

Top Women 2021: Hetal Doshi

Hetal Doshi considers paperwork to be a gift, but some of the lawyer's focuses include mentoring young lawyers and other women in law.