Colorado Court of Appeals
The widow of a skier killed in a 2012 avalanche inside the Winter Park ski area lost another round in a court challenge to Colorado’s ski risk limitation law.
Large Denver Broncos banners decorate the outside of Colorado’s Supreme Court and Court of Appeals buildings, and they aren’t sitting well with everyone.
The first Hispanic Supreme Court justice is in Denver for the dedication of the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Building. During a talk with students, she spoke about this issue of racial profiling in light of last month’s Boston Marathon bombings investigation.
A landmark ruling Thursday could impact any working Coloradan who uses marijuana legally.
People who test positive for smoking pot can legally be fired from their job, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in deciding that there is no employment protection for marijuana users.
Medical and recreational marijuana may be legal in Colorado, but employers in the state can lawfully fire workers who test positive for the drug, even if it was used off duty, according to a court ruling Thursday.
Condemned killer Nathan Dunlap has lost his bid to challenge the procedure that Colorado will use to execute him.
The Colorado Court of Appeals says state laws ordering people with infectious diseases to get treatment and avoid contact with others are constitutional, but health officials must be able to present evidence in court to back up their decisions.
The new judge who was thrust into the death penalty case against Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes was relaxed and quick-witted during his first hours on the job.
There was a victory Thursday for a controversial school voucher program after an appeals court overturned a ruling that blocked the program in Douglas County.