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Police Release Body Camera Footage of De’Von Bailey Death
After surveillance camera footage of a shooting already circulated area news outlets, Colorado Springs police released body camera footage from four officers showing the fatal shooting of De’Von Bailey earlier this month.
Boulder Approves New Marijuana Regulatory Body
Boulder’s approved a new marijuana retail licensing body as well as new rules governing transfers of pot sales licenses in response to growth in the number of marijuana business mergers and acquisitions. (Daily Camera)
DA Asked to Stay Out of Investigation Due to Romantic Relationship
The family of a deceased Adams County victim services manager wants District Attorney Dave Young to be kept out of the investigation into her death because of a relationship the two had while they worked in the same office.
Denver Working on Halfway House Agreements
After denying major contracts, Denver officials say they are hopeful they can reach agreements to keep six privately run halfway houses open into 2020.
Family Looking for Cold Case Killer
The remains of a missing Colorado girl were found after 30 years, but, still, nobody knows who killed her.
Appeals Court Rules on Safe and Sanitary Conditions for Detained Children
A federal appeals court in California ruled that migrant children detained by U.S. immigration authorities must have their basic needs met — things like edible food, clean water, and basic hygiene items such as soap and toothbrushes.
More Discrimination Allegations Against Jones Day
Jones Day is facing yet more bad news in its latest discrimination lawsuit — the firm allegedly doctored attorney photos to make them look more caucasian.
Louisiana Supreme Court Hits Pause on NFL Lawsuit
The Louisiana Supreme Court has stayed a lawsuit focused on the NFC Championship game between the LA Rams and New Orleans Saints.
Skadden Partners Testify Against Greg Craig
A Skadden Arps partner was the first witness to take the stand, and several more could be coming, in the trial for former partner Greg Craig. (Law.com)
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