The district attorney in Weld County is asking a judge to drop charges against a Fort Collins police lieutenant accused of lying in a murder trial that resulted in a conviction that was later overturned because of DNA evidence.
Lawyers for a Fort Collins police lieutenant accused of lying in a murder trial that resulted in a conviction that was later overturned because of DNA evidence have asked a judge to drop five of the nine perjury counts against him.
After being locked up for nearly 10 years Timothy Masters talked to CBS4 about his exoneration.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers says a man whose murder conviction was overturned based on new evidence has been officially exonerated after a yearlong investigation.
A Fort Collins police detective accused of lying in a murder trial remains on paid administrative leave even though a judge has thrown out an indictment against him.
A judge has dismissed the case against a Fort Collins police detective accused of lying in a murder case that ended in the conviction of an innocent man.
A key prosecution witness against a Colorado man whose murder conviction was overturned now might testify against a police detective accused of lying during the trial.
A Fort Collins police officer accused of lying in a murder case in which a man’s conviction was overturned has pleaded not guilty to perjury.
The city of Fort Collins has spent more than $94,000 defending a police lieutenant facing eight perjury counts.
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