DUI Law Allows Refusal as Evidence of Guilt

The Colorado Supreme Court found that while refusal to submit to chemical testing in DUI cases can’t be criminalized, it can be used as evidence of guilt.

LGBT Couple Prevails in Fair Housing Act Case

A federal district court in Boulder County may have made histroy when it found that a property owner violated the Fair Housing Act by refusing to rent to a LGBT couple

Homeowners Achieve $13 Million Arbitration Win

An Aurora housing association received over $13 million as an arbitration award against a national homebuilder.

Another Win for Qwest in Traffic Pumping Case

A long-running series of lawsuits over a long-distance calling scheme moved closer to a final resolution.

Finalists Chosen for 17th District Judgeship

The field of candidates for a district court judgeship in Northern Colorado has been narrowed to three. On Friday, the 17th Judicial District Nominating...

Fighting City Hall: At 520 Colfax

In a complicated legal battle over Denver's camping ban, three homeless defendants challenge their citations in court in a criminal venue while their class-action lawsuit moves slowly through federal court.

Plaintiffs Prevail in Med Mal Cases

A string of med mal plaintiff’s wins has some practitioners wondering whether the streak is the beginning of a trend or merely a coincidence.

Senate Nuclear Option Creates Political Fallout

With Senate Republicans on Friday going nuclear, any future Supreme Court picks can now expect to send members of the opposite political party searching for a fallout shelter.

7th Judicial District Announces Delta County Court Vacancy

The 7th Judicial District Nominating Commission will meet June 5 at the Delta Combined Courts at 501 Palmer St. in Delta to interview and...

Retroactivity Only the Beginning for Same-Sex Common Law Marriages

What happens when one partner in a same-sex couple seeks a divorce and the other claims they were never married?