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Appeals Court Re-Examines Use Of In-Life Photos

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO In a recent review of a reckless manslaughter conviction, the Colorado Court of Appeals rejected a district court’s admission of...

Networking Imperative For Solos

By Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO Successful solo lawyers are something of a paradox. They tend to have an independent streak that allows them to fully...

February Court Opinions

Compiled by Law Week Colorado news staff Editor’s note: Summaries are pulled directly from court opinions and edited for clarity and space. COLORADO SUPREME COURT Feb. 9...

SCOTUS To Decide On Judicial Campaigning

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO The Roberts court’s devotion to free speech protections is no secret, particularly in the arena of campaign finance. But in...

Resolution Reached In 3rd DA’s Regulation Case

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO The long-running story surrounding 3rd Judicial District Attorney Frank Ruybalid came to a close last week. The Office of Attorney Regulation...

January Decisions From The Colorado Court Of Appeals And Colorado Supreme Court

Compiled by Hannah Garcia and Doug Chartier, LAW WEEK COLORADO Editor’s note: Summaries are pulled directly from court opinions and edited for clarity. For a comprehensive list...

Property Owners Split $1.26M Settlement

By Tony Flesor, LAW WEEK COLORADO A recent Teller County District Court trial was stopped after one week so the parties could settle. The decision to settle...

SCOTUS Puts Marriage On The Docket

By Hannah Garcia, LAW WEEK COLORADO Months after rejecting requests to consider the constitutional implications of same-sex marriage, the nation’s highest court agreed on Jan. 16...

Governor Announces Appointment To 20th District Judicial Performance Commission

Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Thursday the appointment to the 20th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission.

Boobies Rock! Founder Receives 6-Month Jail Sentence

The man who made headlines for swindling donations through a fake breast-cancer charity fundraiser will serve an additional six months in jail after a repeat offense, according to the Colorado Attorney General's Office.