Colorado Supreme Court
The Colorado Supreme Court refused on Monday to hear an appeal challenging the conviction of a death row inmate after a witness was killed.
Michael Bender will step down as chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court when he hits the state’s mandatory retirement age of 72.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Colorado’s school funding system is constitutional, siding with the state in a landmark lawsuit filed by parents and school districts challenging the way schools are funded.
The district attorney in Weld County says he’s cancer free after going through chemotherapy to treat lymphoma.
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.
The Colorado Supreme Court isn’t taking up an appeal from a man who sued a Roman Catholic hospital over the deaths of his pregnant wife and their unborn twins.
An inmate accused in the 2002 slaying of a prison worker will be placed on trial and prosecutors will seek the death penalty after a judge Tuesday allowed the suspect to withdraw his guilty plea.
Sweeping revisions to how Colorado funds public schools – accompanied by a likely income tax proposal – came under consideration Tuesday in the state Legislature after years of discussion.
The district attorney in Weld County, who unsuccessfully ran for Senate in 2010, says he’s battling lymphoma.
Colorado school funding took center stage in the state’s highest court Thursday, a landmark case that seeks to settle a yearslong debate between lawmakers and educators: How should legislators ensure that every student has a quality education?