Crime and Courts
Gov. Hickenlooper issues 23 more pardons, plans to review about 475 more clemency petitions before leaving office
To date, Gov. John Hickenlooper has pardoned 89 people
Campaign leader for Amendment A, seeking to strike slavery language from Colorado constitution, finds burned pamphlets on his porchBy Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
In Denver child welfare cases, the father isn’t “John Doe” anymore. And now more kids facing abuse are in permanent homes.By Jennifer Brown News Primary category in which blog post is published
Personal injury attorney Franklin Azar donates $224,000 to PAC that has district court judge Edward Moss’ retention in its sightsBy Sandra Fish Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
How a property dispute over views and smells could pose a major threat to Colorado’s marijuana industry
A lawsuit going to trial on Monday could create a blueprint for using the federal RICO act to take down marijuana businesses in civil court
“A basic trust in America has been violated”: Denver turns out in force to share in the pain of Pittsburgh and the Jewish community
Thousands packed into Temple Emanuel in Denver for a vigil Sunday night that was attended by a who’s who of politicians and faith leaders
Jason Dunn was picked by President Donald Trump for the post. He replaces Bob Troyer.
George Brauchler, the Republican candidate for Colorado attorney general, is using the prospect of a “blue wave” — and a Polis victory — as a pitch to voters
The race for Colorado attorney general is entering the spotlight as polls show Republican Walker Stapleton is struggling to close a deficit in the contest for governor
A Denver-based appeals court is investigating ethics complaints against Brett Kavanaugh. Here’s why nothing will likely come from it.
The Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals' investigation of ethics complaints against Brett Kavanaugh will likely end with a whimper, legal experts say
Jason Dunn will replace Bob Troyer as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.
For teens in Colorado corrections who have kids of their own, the state is trying to keep parental connections intact
State officials hope the efforts to keep young, incarcerated parents in contact with their kids can help get both generations of children on the right path
A Colorado case inspired a U.S. Supreme Court justice to write a stinging rebuke of solitary confinement
Justice Sonia Sotomayor said solitary confinement “comes perilously close to a penal tomb”
Colorado’s candidates for governor offer a first glimpse into the importance they will place on cybersecurity
Republican Walker Stapleton and Democrat Jared Polis discussed protecting consumer data and investing in training