Tag:U.S. District Court

Alfred Arraj’s Long-Lasting Impacts on the District Court

Alfred Arraj implemented innovative court administrative procedures that made the district court one of the most efficient courts in the nation.

The First Woman on the Federal Bench in Colorado

In 1979, Zita Weinshienk became the first woman to sit on the federal bench in the state and she broke many glass ceilings.

Federal Judge Christine Arguello Updates Practice Standards Effective Dec. 1

U.S. District Judge Christine M. Arguello has updated her practice standards, effective Dec. 1.

U.S. District Court Local Rules Revisions Effective Dec. 1

The U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado reviewed and approved revisions to its local rules effective Dec. 1.

Senators Recommend District Judge Nominees

Colorado’s two U.S. senators have recommended a sitting magistrate and two law firm partners as possible nominees for an open judgeship on the state’s...

U.S. Attorney Adds Assistant USAs

Outgoing U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn announced the following individuals have recently joined the office as assistant U.S. attorneys: Melissa Hindman came to the office after...

Court Opinions- Dec 14, 2020

In the Matter of Ryan L. Kamada In June 2020, Now-former Judge Ryan Kamada pled guilty in U.S. District Court to obstructing the proceedings of...

Biden Administration Aims to Reverse Business Immigration Roadblocks

The Biden administration has committed to dissolve certain business immigration roadblocks implemented under the Trump administration. Restrictive executive orders, policy memorandums and agency rules...