A man convicted after sending upward of a million Facebook messages to a Denver musician was not using free speech protected by the First Amen…
Michael Karlik, Colorado Politics
Two of Colorado's three Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives, along with Weld County and a Denver-based think tank, are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a New York law regulating the ability to carry a concealed firearm outside of the home.
The Mesa County District Attorney's Office conceded on appeal that its prosecutor and District Court Judge Richard T. Gurley based the sentencing of Robyn Lee Webber on two prior convictions that occurred outside of a 10-year window. Consequently, a three-member panel of the Court of Appeals deemed Webber's sentence illegal, and was not a minor mistake.
While deliberating on a grisly assault case in Weld County, the jury sent a note to the judge asking how long into the evening they should keep talking — adding that two people had to catch flights in the morning.
Gary M. Jackson, a Denver County Court judge who stepped down at the end of last year, will be inducted into the National Bar Association's Fred David Gray Hall of Fame for his professional achievements and work on behalf of diversity, equity and inclusion in the legal profession.
Prison officials in Colorado violated a man’s clearly-established constitutional rights if, as alleged, they suspended Native American religious services and the use of tobacco in those ceremonies, the federal appeals court based in Denver ruled on Wednesday.
The Title Board on Wednesday awarded a ballot title to an initiative seeking to reduce the state sales and use tax rate and lower revenue by an estimated $14.2 million annually.
A federal judge has given preliminary approval to a class-action lawsuit against two oil and gas companies with headquarters in Denver, which alleges they violated federal labor laws in failing to pay their safety consultants overtime.
In the first ruling of its kind in the nation, the federal appeals court based in Denver has decided that a six-year-old law revoking the passports of people who owe large amounts of back taxes is constitutional.
An Adams County judge violated a man's constitutional rights when he departed from established legal principles during sentencing, the Court o…