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.
Denver Deputies Notified Of Possible Discipline In Jail Death CaseDenver Sheriff Department deputies have been notified they are facing potential disciplinary action for their conduct in the case of Michael Marshall, a Denver jail inmate who died in 2015.
Clerical Error Leads To Dismissal Of Child Abuse CaseA legal secretary with the Denver District Attorney’s Office has been disciplined after making an error that caused a misdemeanor child abuse case to be dismissed.
Review: Officers Who Shot, Killed Teen Acted 'Appropriately'The Denver police officers who shot and killed a teen who was driving toward them in a stolen car nearly two years ago acted "appropriately" according to a review involving multiple agencies.
Moses-El Verdict: Not Guilty In RetrialClarence Moses-El was found not guilty of rape in his second trial on Monday afternoon.
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.
No Clear Answer On Selfie Ballot Ban IssueThere was no clear answer on the future of selfie ballot bans in Colorado but the Secretary of State and Attorney General said they would not change the law and would not enforce the ban.
No Charges In City Attorney Open Records CaseNo charges will be filed in connection with the curious handling of a Colorado Open Records Act request from last year.
State Senator Files Lawsuit Over Selfie Ballot BanA state senator from Colorado Springs has filed a lawsuit asking a judge to declare a ban on taking pictures of ballots that are marked, unconstitutional.
Colorado 'Ballot Selfie' Ban Sparks OppositionA Colorado ban on so-called "ballot selfies," where voters share photos of their completed ballots, is sparking opposition.
Think Twice Before Posting A Photo Of Your Ballot OnlineIt's okay to take a selfie with a ballot in hand, but don't you dare show who you voted for. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams says it's a misdemeanor that carries up to a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.