History

An Ode to the Does: A Look at Some of Colorado’s Unsolved Cases

Denver Police have closed 19 of 748 cold cases dating back to the 1970s with recent DNA breakthroughs, but some of the state’s most notorious cold cases are still missing victim identification
Last will and testament paperwork

A Trust Can’t Die: The unique beneficiary deeds issue presented in Fischbach v. Holzberlein

Beneficiaries in Colorado can receive property deeds from an...
Lunar landing

Colorado’s ‘Aerospace Alley’ and the Start of Space Law Practice in Colorado

“Houston, we’ve had a problem here,” said astronaut and...
Silhouette of woman with arms raised

A Brief History of a Colorado Cult

American cults began growing wildly in popularity between the...

Colorado’s Republican Civil Rights Icon

Peter Dominick, a Holland & Hart lawyer, took office early in 1961 as a Republican U.S. representative after serving in World War II.
Annette Schnee and Barbara Oberholtzer

Arrest Made in 1982 Breckenridge Cold Case

Colorado authorities last month announced an arrest in the...
DNA swab kit

The Case Law Behind DNA Tests

The Colorado Supreme Court in 1993 weighed in for...
Sylvia Quayle

1981 Cherry Hills Cold Case Gets 2021 Arrest

Investigators on Feb. 25 announced a suspect was arrested...

1981 Cherry Hills Cold Case Gets 2021 Arrest

Investigators on Feb. 25 announced a suspect was arrested in connection with the 1981 rape and murder of Sylvia Quayle.

Ida Gregory Shatters one Glass Ceiling

Ida Gregory paved the way for women in justice...

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