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IN LOCAL NEWS:
A judge said Colorado’s “Hamilton electors” are required to vote for the state’s presidential election winner one day after denying their challenge to laws governing electoral college members.
Colorado lawyers and lawmakers are taking on the task of fighting “zombie debt.”
An Aspen attorney is suing a snowboarder for a Snowmass collision that she said highlights the “danger in early season of uphilling and the limited terrain available.”
The Boulder police and DA are planning a new DNA investigation in the JonBenet Ramsey case.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
The EPA reversed its position and now says that fracking can, and did, contaminate drinking water.
Technology changes in the law rely on attorneys’ ability to adopt their clients mindsets, according to the director of the Legal Technology Association.
The U.S. Office of Government Ethics says Donald Trump should divest himself of his business interests.
Bill Cosby’s civil suit got much less civil as attorneys sparred over the disclosure of witness’ names and their credibility on the stand because of their unreliable memories.
A law student shot by police in Ohio was unarmed. A grand jury will review the case.
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