Tag:U.S. District Court

Court Opinions- Dec 14, 2020

In the Matter of Ryan L. Kamada In June 2020, Now-former Judge Ryan Kamada pled guilty in U.S. District Court to obstructing the proceedings of...

Biden Administration Aims to Reverse Business Immigration Roadblocks

The Biden administration has committed to dissolve certain business immigration roadblocks implemented under the Trump administration. Restrictive executive orders, policy memorandums and agency rules...

10th Circuit Says Colorado OARC Can Discipline Out-of-Staters

In a recent opinion, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals held that an attorney was still subject to Colorado’s practice requirements — and disciplinary action...

‘Without Respect to Persons’

“I do solemnly swear that I will administer justice without respect to persons ... .” These are the first 13 words of the Judicial Oath,...

Colorado Sues Federal Government over Clean Water Act Rule

Colorado on May 22 sued the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over a new federal government rule the state...

Courts Should Reflect the Communities We Serve

It was not until 1957 that Colorado had its first non-white judge on any level. Mayor William Nicholson appointed James Flanigan, the grandson of...

Courts Left in Limbo During COVID-19 Pandemic

The novel coronavirus has now reached Colorado’s courts, suspending some functions and leaving uncertainty about how resulting caseload backlogs will be managed once operations...

Virtual Town Hall Addresses COVID-19 Concerns

With the spread of COVID-19 on the top of everyone’s minds and seemingly endless announcements of closings and reduction of service taking over news...

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