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.
Mountain View Police Officer Won't Face Charges For Shooting, Killing SuspectDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has decided not to file charges against a Mountain View police officer who shot and killed a suspect in mid-December.
Aurora Police Officer Cleared In Accidental ShootingAn Aurora police officer who slipped and accidentally shot a car theft suspect during a foot chase has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Homeowner Out $500 After Falling For Tree Trimming ScamDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has issued a scam warning after a homeowner was duped out of $500 by a person saying her trees needed to be trimmed.
Denver Jail Death Puts New Light On Common Restraint TacticThe death of a 112-pound jail inmate who choked on his own vomit and suffocated after Denver sheriff's deputies restrained him during a psychotic episode is drawing new attention to the way he was subdued.
No Criminal Charges, But Lawsuit Still On The Table In Inmate's DeathThe Denver District Attorney has cleared Denver sheriff's deputies of possible criminal charges in connection with the death of an inmate last year, but a civil lawsuit in federal court may still come.
Family Of Michael Marshall Demands Federal InvestigationThe family of a an inmate who died after a scuffle with deputies at the Denver jail is demanding a federal investigation into his death.
No Charges In Marshall Jail DeathDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey ruled Thursday there would be no criminal charges against six Denver Sheriff’s deputies in relation to the death of inmate Michael Marshall last November.
Denver DA: No Criminal Charges In Inmate DeathThe Denver District Attorney announced on Thursday afternoon that no criminal charges will be filed in the death of Michael Lee Marshall, who died last fall after being in the custody of sheriff's deputies.
Judge Overturns Rape Conviction, DA Weighs Whether To Retry CaseAfter 28 years behind bars, a Denver man could be released from prison for a crime he’s always proclaimed he didn’t commit. Earlier this week, a judge overturned Clarence Moses-EL’s rape and assault convictions from 1987 and ordered a new trial.
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.
Denver DA Morrissey Praises Katie's Law, Wants It For Misdemeanor ConvictionsDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey is once again praising the passing of Katie's Law, which took effect in 2010 and requires DNA to be taken from all adults convicted for new felony offenses. But he also wants it to include misdemeanor convictions.