A federal judge has green-lit an excessive force lawsuit for a jury trial, stemming from an Adams County deputy's fatal shooting of a 19-year-…
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The basement of a Colorado Springs apartment building was covered under the state law that permits deadly force in defense of a home, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
Two months after the Colorado Attorney General's Office released a report concluding that Aurora police have a pattern and practice of excessive force and racially-based policing, a federal judge has allowed a man suing the city to incorporate the report's findings into his own excessive force claim.
While U.S. Rep Lauren Boebert says she's satisfied that the local prosecutor helping investigate allegations involving an election data securi…
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, an Aurora Republican, plans to hold an hour-long telephone town hall Wednesday evening, his office announced, as tax reform legislation barrels its way through Congress and a deadline for a crucial spending bill looms.
Denver officials are close to strengthening a civilian police watchdog agency by adding it to the city’s charter. The Office of the Independent Monitor, primarily made up of lawyers, serves as civilian oversight agency for the Denver Police and Sheriff’s Departments by participating in police investigations of misconduct and making recommendations on department policies including on discipline and broader issues like use of force. The city’s Governance and Charter Review committee unanimously approved the measure Aug. 3, sending it to the City Council to discuss Monday. It will be considered for a final vote, and be the subject of a public hearing, Aug. 15.
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