Deputies, Watch Commander To Be Disciplined After Death Of Man In CustodyTwo Denver sheriff deputies and a watch commander involved in the jail death of Michael Marshall will be disciplined in the case for violating department policies and procedures.
Denver Deputies May Learn Marshall Discipline WednesdayCBS4 has learned that seven Denver sheriff deputies involved in the jail death of Michael Marshall have been told to appear Wednesday morning to apparently learn if they will be disciplined in the case.
Transient Convicted In Attack On Police Officer jury found Stephen Hamper guilty of attacking a police officer in 2014 after a two-day trial.
Beth McCann Sworn In As Denver's First Female District AttorneyDenver officially has a new district attorney and she's the first female district attorney in the city's history.
Protesters Call For Stop To Moses-El's New TrialAs jury selection got underway Friday, petitions were delivered to the Denver District Attorney demanding that the trial of Clarence Moses-El be called off.
Voters In Denver Prepare To Elect A New District AttorneyIn less than one week, voters in Denver will do something they haven't done in 12 years-- elect a new district attorney.
Keyser Campaign Canvasser Accused Of Forgery Faces Felony ChargesA canvasser who collected petitions to help Jon Keyser qualify for Colorado's Republican U.S. Senate primary was charged with submitting 34 forged voter signatures, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Denver DA Rules Shooting Of Suspect By Aurora Officer JustifiedDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has found that an officer-involved shooting by an Aurora police officer that left a suspect wounded was justified.
Man Freed After Serving 28 Years On Rape Conviction To Be RetriedDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey plans to retry a man released from prison after 28 years behind bars.
Denver Prisoner Faced Legal Failures In Fight To Clear NameA Denver man long declared he did not rape a woman who said his face appeared to her in a dream, but he faced repeated legal and political failures as he fought from prison to prove his innocence.
Home Intruder Shot In Make My Day Case 'Had No Enemies'Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided against filing charges against a man after a deadly shooting at a home near the intersection of Winona Court and Floyd Avenue last week.
Denver DA: Homeowner Who Shot, Killed Intruder Won't Be ChargedDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided against filing charges against a man after a deadly shooting at a home near the intersection of Winona Court and Floyd Avenue last week.