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Three Nominated for Arapahoe County Judgeship

The 18th Judicial District Nominating Commission has picked three candidates for an Arapahoe County Court...

Jury Deliberations Not Always Sacred

A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling gives a Colorado man a chance for a new trial, but how far it will extend?

COLORADO SUPREME COURT Opinions for Feb. 27

Editor’s note: Summaries are pulled directly from court opinions and edited for clarity and space.

Court Opinions for Feb. 23

Court of Appeals Opinions for Feb. 23

Nominees Selected for 16th District Judgeship

The 16th Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a Crowley County court judgeship created by the resignation of Judge Suzanne Grant,...

Nominees Selected for 1st District Judgeship

The 1st Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a Jefferson County court judgeship created by the resignation of Judge Tammy Greene,...

Homeless Sweeps Case Still Crawling Through Courts

A case that spawned a civil suit and a criminal trial is lumbering through the court system while generating questions regarding the litigation of social causes and where the homeless fit in both state and federal systems.

High Court to Review Disbarred Lawyer’s Case

Whether or not a contract is automatically voided as a public policy issue if it was formed in violation of Colorado Rule of Professional Conduct 1.8(a) is a novel question in Colorado case law. And while counsel for the disbarred attorney in Calvert v. Mayberry is hoping for a reversal of an intermediate appeals court ruling, an attorney for his former clients claims the continuing litigation is causing harm.