Aurora To Pay $325,000 Over Traffic Stop After Bank RobberyThe City of Aurora has agreed to pay $325,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by motorists who were detained at an intersection while police tried to find a man who robbed a nearby bank.
Lawsuit Claims Jail Could Have Stopped Inmate's DeathHe was sick for almost a week, but a new Federal lawsuit claims nurses, doctors, and deputies ignored signs and allowed a man to die in the Arapahoe County Jail.
Civil Rights Coalition To Closely Monitor Donald TrumpSeveral Colorado attorneys have formed a new coalition to fight for civil rights.
Mother Says Son 'Was Neglected To Death'A CBS4 investigation has learned that a developmentally disabled man who died in the Mesa County Jail was not allowed to have a potentially life saving device.
Settlement Gives Millions To Children Of Woman Who Died In JailThe family of 37-year-old Jennifer Lobato says they're one step closer to justice after a $2.5 million settlement with Jefferson County.
DNA Expert Discredited, Barred From Testifying At Denver TrialProsecutors say a man who has testified as a DNA expert in the Casey Anthony trial and helped overturn the murder conviction of a Colorado man wasn't allowed to testify at a trial in Denver this week after they say he was discredited.
Family Files Lawsuit After Son Dies In Adams County JailA family says workers at the Adams County Jail did nothing while their son slowly died. Now the family is suing the jail and its health care provider.
Open Carry Law At Center Of Lawsuit Against EnglewoodA federal lawsuit has been filed by a man who claims Englewood police violated Colorado's open carry law. Officers arrested him and took his firearms.
Family Of Woman Who Died In Jefferson County Jail Files LawsuitThe family of a woman who died in the Jefferson County Detention Facility has filed a lawsuit against the sheriff, deputies and medical staff.
It's One Court Against Another Over Jury Nullification Protests In DenverA federal judge will decide if the City of Denver should be held in contempt of court for interfering with protesters handing out pamphlets in front of the Lindsay-Flanigan Courthouse.
Federal Judge Hears Arguments Regarding Protest OrderAttorneys for the city of Denver say officers were just enforcing the law when they confiscated protesters' tent, chairs, signs and other items outside court last month.
Federal Judge To Hear Whether Police Violated Protest OrderA federal judge is set to hear arguments over whether Denver's police chief should be held in contempt of court after officers seized protesters' property.

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