A federal judge has taken the unusual step of asking prosecutors to investigate whether Denver police tried to intimidate a witness in a jail-abuse lawsuit against the city, but experts say such inquiries rarely yield criminal charges.
A lawsuit filed Friday claims police acted unlawfully when they held dozens of bystanders at gunpoint while they searched for a bank robber in June 2012.
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.
A grand jury that reviewed evidence in the death of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey believed her parents were involved in the crime but didn’t say who killed the beauty queen.
Colorado will have to answer a complaint about treating marijuana magazines like pornography, even though state officials have announced that the restriction is unconstitutional and won’t be enforced.
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.
A federal court says a Colorado law requiring that only state residents be allowed to circulate ballot petitions is a violation of the First Amendment.
The Aurora Police Department knew it had a dangerous officer and still let him to work with children. That’s one of the allegations in a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of a teenager sexually victimized by the officer.
The attorney for a former University of Colorado professor who lost his appeal to get his job back after he compared some Sept. 11 victims with a Nazi said Monday he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
As the case against James Holmes moves ahead, legal experts are saying there’s little doubt how Holmes’ public defenders will defend him; insanity.