Colorado Department of Corrections
The Colorado chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union sought a lawsuit in May against the Colorado Department of Corrections
Counties fear being left behind as Colorado begins granting variances to its coronavirus safer-at-home orderBy Sue McMillin Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
The governor said the cases of the three men waiting to die by lethal injection are not “ripe” for his review because he hasn’t received any clemency requests. But he doesn’t necessarily need anything to take action.
A package of supplemental spending bills includes money to reopen a shuttered state prison as a private one closes
As a part of a recent settlement, Colorado took a step toward addressing the unconscionable violence and abuse faced by transgender prisonersOpinion
Officials said the agreement does not force broad policy changes for transgender inmates in Colorado's prisons, but the woman's attorney described it as a sign of shifting attitudes in state government toward the issue
Colorado’s prison budget nears $1 billion as inmate population grows. Frustrated leaders wanted action yesterday.
An early uproar about a supplemental budget bill shows the intensity behind the criminal justice debate this legislative session
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”