The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of a Navajo man who claims that the charges he faced for in the tribal and federal justice systems for a single crime in Colorado violated double jeopardy.
Michael Karlik, Colorado Politics
A Denver judge mistakenly concluded police officers executed a search warrant that lacked probable cause, the Colorado Supreme Court decided on Monday, rejecting arguments that a detective failed to properly check a confidential informant's car for narcotics prior to a controlled drug purchase.
The state Supreme Court will resume oral arguments in the community for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and another Biden administration nominee for a federal judgeship appeared — ever so briefly — before a Senate committee.
The Court of Appeals determined an El Paso County prosecutor did not violate the prohibition on race-based dismissals of jurors by removing a …
The Title Board advanced two ballot initiatives proposing a nearly $30 million reduction in sales tax revenue, over the strenuous objections of proponents about how the ballot titles characterize the effects on state spending.
A federal judge has thrown out an Englewood man's claim that a grocery store mask mandate violated his rights, finding he had not actually suffered an injury under the law.
An animal-rights group was entitled to receive the names of people who import elephant parts, the federal appeals court in Denver ruled last week, reversing a lower court and turning aside arguments that disclosure would subject importers to harassment.
The Court of Appeals has determined Denver Public Schools security officers performed an unconstitutional search of a student's backpack based on a report from the state's confidential tip program, Safe2Tell.
Charlotte N. Sweeney appeared before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary on Wednesday as President Joe Biden's latest nominee for a federal judgeship in Colorado.
Vail Resorts did not breach its contract with season pass holders when it closed its facilities amid the spread of COVID-19, a federal judge decided in tossing a lawsuit from those seeking refunds.