Federal appeals court revives former DU student’s claim that anti-male bias led to his expulsion
The lawsuit, which was first filed in August 2017 after a sexual assault claim was brought against the student, now heads back to a federal district court
Jury finds second STEM School Highlands Ranch shooter guilty of first-degree murder
The jury made its decision after five hours of deliberation
What to expect in the court case against the Boulder King Soopers shooting suspect
The case against Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa will likely follow the course of those against other people accused in other Colorado mass shootings. But there is one big exception.
Colorado Court of Appeals approves use of courtroom comfort dogs
The Colorado Court of Appeals said on Thursday that the defendant’s right to confrontation doesn’t carry with it a right to impose discomfort on an accusing witness
Colorado Judicial Branch faces major challenges in culture, diversity and trial backlogs, chief justice says
Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Brian D. Boatright delivered his State of the Judiciary speech to the legislature on Thursday, vowing to make change. He said the judicial branch faces a “crisis of confidence in its leadership.”
Federal judge requires week notice before encampment sweeps in Denver
Judge William Martinez ruled Monday that Denver must give a week's notice before clearing out illegal encampments.
Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems employee files defamation suit against Trump campaign, Rudy Giuliani
Eric Coomer, a Coloradan, alleges he has been the target of a false conspiracy that has harmed his reputation and left him facing threats
Maria Berkenkotter selected by Gov. Jared Polis as his first Colorado Supreme Court appointee
Maria Berkenkotter, a graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, is the former chief judge in the 20th Judicial District in Boulder County
Gov. Jared Polis will select one of these three people to serve on the Colorado Supreme Court
The appointment will be the Democrat’s first to the high court and will replace the last Republican-appointed justice on the panel
Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice with help of Cory Gardner
Colorado's Republican Sen. Cory Gardner voted in favor of the confirmation. Colorado's Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet voted against it.
Denver police look for masked suspects in fire that killed 5
Killed were Djibril and Adja Diol, along with their 22-month-old daughter Khadija, as well as relative Hassan Diol and her infant daughter Hawa Baye.
The Colorado attorney general’s review of Elijah McClain’s death is unprecedented. Here’s how it may go.
Experts say this appears to be the first time a Colorado governor has asked the attorney general’s office to serve as a special prosecutor on a case already decided on by a district attorney
Colorado governor defends prison system, accuses ACLU of using coronavirus to push its agenda
“The pandemic is no excuse to let criminals out,” Gov. Jared Polis said Thursday, saying that steps have been taken to ensure the safety of inmates and guards at state prisons
Silverman: The coronavirus has closed courts, but it will keep Colorado attorneys busy
Veteran resort operator proposes to lead Granby Ranch out of chaos
Andy Wirth, a former executive at Steamboat Springs, Intrawest and Squaw Alpine, is vying to manage skiing and golf at Granby Ranch as the resort's owner navigates foreclosure
ICE asks federal judge to force Denver to turn over information on 4 men subject to deportation
Accusing ICE of seeking the information for “political reasons," Denver said it would not comply unless a judge determined that the orders were appropriate
Lender scuttles Granby Ranch deal, files to foreclose on resort weighed down by $62 million debt
A deal to avoid a court battle over ski and golf community is abandoned as lender tells Grand County court: “The property is inadequate security for repayment of the loan.”
Judge rejects challenge to Colorado wildlife officials’ plan to kill black bears and mountain lions
Judge Robert McGahey, Jr., ruled that Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists can continue with plans to cull mountain lions and black bears from the Piceance and Upper Arkansas River basins
Opinion: Justice comes in many forms. Here’s how wrongs can be turned into good policy and laws.
Judge dismisses lawsuits challenging private management in two Colorado school districts
David H. Goldberg, a Denver district court judge, ruled that the union failed to establish how the order had caused injury and so lacked grounds to sue