Courts

Senators Recommend District Judge Nominees

Colorado’s two U.S. senators have recommended a sitting magistrate...
Three Pryor Mountain Mustangs in a field in Montana

Colorado Lawyers Win in 9th Circuit Endangered Species Act Case

Colorado lawyers convinced the 9th Circuit to invalidate a rule requiring advance notice for Endangered Species Act protection petitions.
U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court’s Decision to Hear Mississippi Case Raises Questions Around State Abortion Laws

The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in a case challenging Mississippi's abortion ban, raising questions about the fate of Roe v. Wade.
Chemicals

Federal Appeals Court Directs EPA to Decide on Harmful Pesticide

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the EPA must act promptly to deem chlorpyrifos safe for human exposure or ban the product.
U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court Climate Case Ruling Could Affect State, County and City Lawsuits

The Supreme Court decided a major climate change case, clarifying questions federal appeals courts must answer in similar lawsuits

Colorado Supreme Court: Courts Can’t Avoid Speedy Trial Deadlines through Retroactive Mistrials

The state Supreme Court held that courts may not declare retroactive mistrials to avoid deadlines set by the state’s speedy trial laws.

Biden Nominates Veronica Rossman for 10th Circuit Seat

President Joe Biden announced Wednesday that he has nominated...
Colorado River

9th Circuit Rebukes U.S. on Native Interests in Colorado River Rights

A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling from last month may boost Native American negotiating clout as the Colorado River's bordering states ponder how to address impacts of drought in the region.
Colorado Supreme Court

State Supreme Court: Feedlot Off the Hook for Death of Fish

The Colorado Supreme Court on May 3 found 5 Star Feedlot is not liable under Colorado’s taking statutes for the death of wildlife
10th Circuit Court of Appeals rams

10th Circuit to Hear TABOR Challenge in May Arguments

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in May for a case dealing with a constitutional challenge to TABOR

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