Colorado Attorney General’s Office
A hearing where prosecutors were to present evidence supporting charges against a former sheriff accused of trading methamphetamine for sex has been postponed.
A CBS4 investigation has learned that administrators for the 18th Judicial District have been unable to locate about $6,000 in cash that was evidence in a criminal case.
A Denver grand jury has indicted a woman accused of mishandling her duties as a proctor for Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training exams.
The state attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Fired Up For Kids, the group behind the firefighter calendars said to be for charity.
Several former employees of a local company that runs infomercials on TV are speaking out to CBS4 about what they say are fraudulent practices by the company.
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office has joined the Federal Trade Commission in suing a Westminster-based company that teaches people how to get rich quick.
A Westminster company is being targeted by the federal government and the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
The Colorado attorney general’s office is awarding grant money funded by settlements from mortgage companies to a foreclosure help hotline.
Facing a prosecutor without an attorney, truck driver Ryan Weaver says he pleaded guilty to a crime he didn’t commit because he thought he didn’t have much of a choice.
A western Colorado district attorney has been accused of demanding sexual favors from women in his office in exchange for perks such as being allowed to leave work early.