A Denver jury’s refusal to give the death penalty to a man who stabbed five people to death in a bar, coming on the heels of theater shooter James Holmes’ life sentence, has many wondering whether the ultimate penalty will ever again be applied in Colorado.
Two brothers have had their criminal cases emerging from a traffic stop transferred from city to county court after a video recording of their encounter with officers resulted in accusations of racial profiling against Colorado Springs police.
An Arapahoe High School security guard says the deadly school shooting that took place last December could have been prevented.
Lawyers for the man accused of the Colorado theater massacre are again suggesting he could withdraw his plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.
A Denver attorney says he has evidence that an Evans police detective tampered with witness statements in a 2012 shooting that was originally ruled a suicide.
The courtroom battle over what evidence can be used against Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes has grown heated.
A bomb squad commander says he was so worried about the possibility of explosives in the car of the Colorado theater shooting suspect that he ran when he spotted a green laser beam, thinking it might trigger a bomb if it was interrupted.
Minutes after the gunshots subsided in the deadly Colorado theater attack, a handcuffed James Holmes said nothing and only smirked when he was asked whether he had an accomplice, a police officer testified.
Hobby Lobby is calling the ruling from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals a major victory.
Lawyers for the Colorado theater shooting suspect told a judge Monday he wants to change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity, but the judge won’t rule on whether to allow that yet.