Alvin Green’s friends in prison were giving him grief. He had submitted a petition to have…
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DU Expands Crimmigration Work
A gift to the law school funds its new immigration-focused clinic and event seri
With a new gift, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law will expand its clinical…
Colorado’s refund mechanism for defendants who clear their names makes the state unique, meaning the eventual decision in an ongoing U.S. Supreme Court case will not have a wide reach beyond the state’s borders. Instead, the case’s outcome will dictate whether Colorado can continue treating money collected from acquitted defendants as state property or if they must comport with longstanding tradition in other jurisdictions to give it back automatically.