Marijuana licenses are at an all-time high in the state, but the legal tangles for cannabis companies encounter simply doing business have not changed much.
A handful of companion cases decided by the Colorado Supreme Court largely leave state sentencing policies in tact. But it adds to a growing body of disparate case law interpreting federal decisions on how the criminal justice systems treats juveniles charged in crimes as adults.
A bipartisan group of state attorneys general are the latest to call on the federal government to keep funding the Legal Services Corporation
A group of civil rights attorneys are joining a lawsuit against the city over its urban camping ban.
While some of Colorado’s most high-profile criminal decisions landed at the U.S. Supreme Court this past year, others made less seismic shifts in state case law. Criminal matters are the most prolific at the Colorado Supreme Court and Colorado Court of Appeals, making up about 60 percent or more of their dockets in any given year. Law Week takes a look at some of the more notable cases from the docket this year that dealt specifically with Colorado.
Although President Trump is living up to his campaign promise to prioritize the national infrastructure’s resistance to cyberattacks, incentives for private industry players to aid in that goal might look pretty familiar.
An officer’s re-creation of a search on a body-worn camera in Pueblo caused a prosecutor to drop a criminal case earlier, and the resulting investigation might impact other cases in the county.