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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.

Protective Custody Conditions at Colorado Prison Need Improvement, DU Clinic Finds

A two-year investigation by law students looking into the conditions of a Colorado prison’s protective custody unit wrapped up.

Little Evidence of Misconduct at Colorado Judicial Branch, Investigation Finds

An investigation into the Colorado Judicial Branch found little evidence to support allegations of workplace sexism, harassment or cover-ups.

Technology, Language and Fees Among Barriers to Civil Justice System, Report Says

A new report, based on a listening tour of the state, sheds light on the barriers Coloradans face in accessing the civil justice system.

Survey Reveals Falling Trust in Courts, Growing Support for Remote Proceedings

A recent survey from the National Center for State Courts shows public trust in state courts and other government institutions has fallen.

OARC Report Sheds Light on Attorney Diversity and Experience in Rural and Metro Areas

While white attorneys in the metro-areas of Colorado still make up the majority of Colorado’s attorney population, according to a new report from the...