Testimony showed that Peters was seen video recording a Feb. 7, 2022, hearing for her former chief deputy, Belinda Knisley, when Knisley was facing felony burglary and misdemeanor cybercrimes charges
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The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday that Mesa County District Judge Matthew Barrett’s deposition isn’t necessary in a contempt of court case against Peters. The deposition threatened to upend the separate criminal case against Peters.
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Harvey Steinberg, Peters’ lawyer, wants to depose District Court Judge Matthew Barrett and Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein in an unrelated contempt of court case.
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Peters filed a lawsuit objecting to the methods used to recount ballots on Aug. 3 but did not ask for the recount to be stopped until the following day, after the recount was completed