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Caseworker Liability Still Blurry Across State Lines

Once a foster child in one state’s custody is placed in another state, and the second state becomes responsible for investigating his or her abuse, does that second state have a special custodial relationship...

Judge Vacancy in 2nd District

The 2nd Judicial District Nominating Commission will meet Oct. 16 at the Denver City and County...

‘A Name to a Syndrome’

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s travel ban, a heightened focus has been placed on those traveling and immigrating from Muslim-majority countries in recent months.

A Shadowy Future

A July 21 decision from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals helps further lay a framework for the reach of search warrants granted for electronic data outside the issuing judge’s jurisdiction.

20th Judicial District Court Vacancy Announced

The 20th Judicial District is calling for nominees to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Chief Judge Maria Berkenkotter. The nominating commission...

Clouding the Issue

A Colorado Court of Appeals ruling published July 13 revealed how Amendment 64 has complicated cases involving the state constitutions protection against unreasonable searches and seizures.

District Court Recommends Denial of Dunlap Petition

The case of Nathan Dunlap, the man convicted of killing four people in an Aurora restaurant in 1993, continues to wind its way through...

7th Judicial District Announces Vacancy

The 7th Judicial District announced the vacancy for district judge. The 7th Judicial District covers Delta, Gunnison, Hisdale, Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel counties....

Up in Smoke

A Colorado Court of Appeals opinion from June on a handful of lawsuits seeking to strike down Amendment 64 under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act ruled private citizens do not have a right of action to make preemption claims.