Douglas Bruce Loses Another Round In CourtDouglas Bruce, the former Colorado state representative and anti-tax crusader who served prison time for tax evasion and violating probation, has lost a request to appeal those convictions.
Appeals Court Sidesteps Decision On US Fracking RegulationsA federal appeals court on Thursday sidestepped a decision on whether oil and gas regulations enacted by the Obama administration are legal, noting that the current administration plans to rescind them.
Son, Abused By Father, Can Seek Damages From Social WorkerA federal appeals court has found that a Denver city social worker can be sued for violating the constitutional rights of a boy after she recommended that he be placed in his father's custody despite knowing that the father was a convicted sex offender.
Gorsuch To Democrats: No Return To 'Horse And Buggy' EraAssured of support from majority Republicans, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was wrapping up two days of Senate questioning Wednesday to glowing GOP reviews but complaints from frustrated Democrats that he concealed his views from the American public.
Supreme Court Nominee A Champion Of Federal RestraintSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has repeatedly favored extending greater power to states, counties, towns and American Indian tribes, according to an Associated Press review of his appeals court opinions and other writings and speeches.
Trump Picks Colorado Judge As Nominee For U.S. Supreme CourtOn Tuesday evening President Donald Trump announced that Neil Gorsuch, 49, is his pick to be the next Supreme Court justice to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died nearly a year ago.
Denver Judge Remains President Trump's Lead Candidate For Supreme CourtCBS News reported Saturday that Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver is the leading candidate for the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy.
Feds, Law Professors Say Judge Wrong To Block Fracking RulesA federal judge in Wyoming was wrong to block rules for hydraulic fracturing on federal land, a group of law professors and lawyers for the federal government said in new court documents.
Some Theater Shooting Victims Appeal Dismissal Of Cinemark SuitSome victims of a 2012 shooting at an Aurora movie theater are appealing a judge's decision to scrap their lawsuits against the theater chain.
Court Hears Icy Feud Between Snowboarders, SkiersIt's a mountain-bound battle between those who want to whoosh and those who want to shred.
Colorado Company Battles Disney For Rights To Marvel CharactersSpider-Man, X-Men and The Hulk will loom large in a federal appeals court Tuesday as a Colorado company battles with Disney for the rights to Marvel's iconic comic book characters in a longtime dispute.
AG Suthers: Gay Marriage Can Begin Soon In ColoradoGay couples will be able to wed in Colorado soon once legal formalities are cleared after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from several states seeking to ban same-sex marriage.