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Craig Silverman

Special to The Colorado Sun

Silverman: Trump’s legal troubles could give Adam Frisch a boost in his race against Lauren Boebert

Frisch trails in the polls and fundraising in the 3rd Congressional District, but the Democrat says he’s within striking distance

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Silverman: Like many others, I have left downtown Denver, but not entirely

My family and I have a long history in downtown Denver. I recently relocated my office to the Tech Center, but downtown is never far away.

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Silverman: In Colorado men also have the right to not have children, even after conception

The Colorado Court of Appeals, citing Colorado’s commitment to reproductive autonomy, recently expanded the reproductive rights of men

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Silverman: Cassidy Hutchinson was an excellent witness against Trump. As a former prosecutor, let me count the ways.

The former White House aide's testimony should lead to truth and accountability for those responsible for the events of January 6

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Silverman: Kyle Clark deserves our thanks for standing up to bullies

The 9News anchor is on the frontlines battling disinformation, detractors and Trump’s big election lies. He's endured threats, insults and bogus lawsuits.

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Silverman: Gun violence leaves us all hostages to fate. Some now worry about having kids.

America’s birth rate is already declining, and current events are leading many to question whether parenthood even makes sense.

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Silverman: University of Colorado has a long, proud history of confronting white supremacists

New CU President Todd Saliman follows in the footsteps of George Norlin, CU’s most beloved and admired president who confronted white supremacy every time.

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Silverman: Former Denver District Attorney Norm Early was a fierce advocate for victims’ rights

Former Denver District Attorney Norm Early died recently at age 76. A former governor called Early “the best trial lawyer I ever watched.”  

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Silverman: Denver’s Babi Yar Park is a hidden gem and a moving monument to Holocaust victims

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, whose family members were liberated from Nazi camps, spoke along with others at the park Sunday for a Holocaust remembrance

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Silverman: We need to stand up to bullies, at the Oscars or in the Kremlin

Russia's president must be penalized for his war crimes. Decent people take sides with comedians Chris Rock and Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

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Silverman: Denver basketball fans have a lot to smile about these days

With Nah'Shon "Bones" Hyland joining Nikola Jokic on the court, Denver Nuggets' fans have reason to fantasize about NBA championships

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Silverman: Pay attention when authoritarians target journalists, here and abroad.

This is an existential battle between good and evil — darkness and light, Craig Silverman writes. Journalists bring light to the world.

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Silverman: Les Shapiro turned from being a TV sports reporter to battling Trumpism

Les was apolitical before Donald Trump’s political emergence, his family says. The longtime Denver broadcaster died recently of lung cancer.

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Silverman: My Valentine’s Day ode to a beloved Colorado library

The University of Colorado's law library and others risk becoming afterthoughts in an era of online learning

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Silverman: Normal rules of self-defense don’t apply when your house is invaded

The legal battle over the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol — the people's house — has begun. America needs justice.

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Silverman: We could all use a mulligan in 2022

Like golf, life is full of highs and lows. From politics to climate change and criminal justice, we could all use another chance

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Silverman: Birds of a feather flock together. And worse.

Two Denver lawyers are part of the defense team for Ghislaine Maxwell, who is accused of helping Jeffrey Epstein recruit and abuse underage girls

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Silverman: Lauren Boebert has branded Muslim-Americans as enemy combatants

That's dangerous. There is ample justification to root for Boebert to lose in her disputes with Ilhan Omar and Sherronna Bishop.

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Silverman: Former Mayor Federico Peña still makes Denver proud

Once seen by some as a leftist, Peña now describes himself as being part of the “frustrated center.” He has high hopes that bipartisanship can return.

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Silverman: Expect the quest for justice for Jonelle Matthews to continue and improve

A Weld County jury failed to reach a verdict in the trial of Steven Pankey, who is accused of kidnapping and killing the 12-year-old Greeley girl in 1984

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