Colorado Supreme Court
Workers for one of Colorado’s biggest marijuana businesses learned Wednesday they can be fired for smoking pot on the job or using cocaine any time.
The case of a deadly crash along Grand Lake on the fourth of July may now be headed to the Supreme Court.
Colorado attorneys can advise marijuana businesses on how to navigate the industry’s legal complexities without fear of punishment, the state’s Supreme Court said Monday.
The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to review a Court of Appeals ruling that allowed one of Colorado’s first school voucher programs.
Bob Autobee wanted death for the inmate accused of killing his son, a prison guard, the first time he was prosecuted over a decade ago, but he’s now changed his mind and is fighting to testify on the convict’s behalf.
Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Now Colorado’s Supreme Court has agreed to review a marijuana-related firing in a case that could have big implications for the state’s pot smokers.
The historic D&F clock tower, a downtown ice skating rink and the Elitch Gardens Ferris wheel are some of the Denver landmarks sporting the Broncos’ colors this week.
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 newest member of the Colorado Supreme Court is being sworn into office.
The Colorado Supreme Court has refused to allow some victims of the deadly Aurora theater shooting to obtain copies of evidence from the criminal case to use in a civil suit against the theater owner.