Mennonite Woman Spends Third Night In Jail Despite Plea To Be ReleasedA Denver woman is spending a third night behind bars after refusing to testify in a death penalty case, arguing it goes against the fundamentals of her Mennonite faith.
Mennonite Investigator Who Won't Testify Goes Back To JailA defense investigator in a Colorado death penalty case remained behind bars after refusing again on Wednesday to testify for prosecutors, saying that helping their effort to execute a defendant would violate her religious beliefs.
Mennonite Investigator Again Jailed For ContemptA private investigator in a Colorado capital punishment appeal is facing a third night in jail and possibly more for refusing to testify on religious grounds.
Mennonite Woman Held In Contempt For Refusing To TestifyA Colorado woman and devout Mennonite will spend a second night behind bars for her refusal to testify in a death penalty case.
Exotic Dancers Sue Nightclubs, Lawyer Calls Business Model 'Mind-Blowing'Attorneys in Denver have filed a national lawsuit against a chain of strip clubs. The class action suit accuses the clubs of exploiting their exotic dancers.
Porn In Denver Firehouse Contributes To $75,000 PayoutThe City of Denver has paid a former female firefighter $75,000 to settle her claims after she said she experienced repeated sexual harassment on the job.
Coroner Rules Denver Inmate Death A HomicideThe Denver coroner is ruling the death of an inmate who died after an incident at the Denver Jail a homicide.
Denver Jail Inmate Taken Off Life Support, Dies After Altercation With DeputiesThe man who was hospitalized after an altercation with Denver Sheriffs Department deputies was taken off life support on Friday and died.
40 Colorado Sheriffs Sign Letter To White House Opposing Guantanamo Detainees PlanAs President Barack Obama considers what to do about fulfilling his campaign pledge to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and possibly bring the prisoners to Colorado, 40 sheriffs from Colorado have voiced their opposition in a letter to the White House.
Jurors Award Blind Man $400,000 In Police Brutality CaseJurors in Denver awarded a big settlement to a blind man who claimed police brutality in an incident with officers at the Greyhound Bus terminal.
Jurors Begin Deliberations In Denver Jail Death Civil CaseThe federal civil trial of five Denver sheriff's deputies accused of using excessive force against a homeless street preacher is winding down.
Judge Mulls Overturning Colorado Gay Marriage BanGay couples seeking to strike Colorado's same-sex marriage ban urged a federal judge Tuesday to overturn the law immediately and reject the state's request to stay a ruling until the U.S. Supreme Court decides the matter.