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Controversial Bill Would Get Rid Of Mandatory Minimum SentencesA bill making its way through the state capitol would get rid of almost all mandatory minimum sentences.
Homeowner Who Shot & Killed Man Fleeing Home Invasion Won't Be ChargedA man who shot and killed a man who robbed him and attempted to steal his vehicle won't be charged.
Man Sentenced For Repeated Attacks On WomanA man was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for repeatedly sexually assaulting a woman for a 30-hour time frame.
Passenger Wanted In Deadly Crash Turns Self In, Driver ArrestedThe passenger of a car that caused a fatal collision on 6th Avenue in Lakewood has turned herself in to authorities. Alisha Huerena could face more than 20 years in prison.
Woman Sentenced In Death Of Off-Duty Jeffco Sheriff's DeputyA woman who struck and killed an off-duty Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy directing traffic at the scene of a multi-car crash in January has been sentenced.
New Details Lead To Indictment Of Passenger That Caused Deadly CrashThe passenger of a car that caused a fatal collision on 6th Avenue in Golden could face more than 20 years in prison.
Safety Fair Offers Hours Of Fun, InformationThe Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office hosts one of the biggest safety fairs in the Metro Area.
Grand Jury Will Hear Case Of Aurora Officer Who Shot Unarmed ManThe case of an Aurora Police officer who shot an unarmed man will be presented to the Arapahoe County Grand Jury.
Colorado Prosecutor At Capitol Hill On Body Cameras: 'We Don't Hide From The Facts'The federal government asked Jefferson County District Attorney Peter Weir to testify about police body cameras. This as the Department of Justice planned to launch a $20 million pilot program aimed at expanding the use of body cameras worn by police officers across the nation.
Man Who Went On Lookout Mountain Crime Spree Learns His SentenceA man who went on a crime spree on Lookout Mountain last year learned he will spend most of the rest of his life behind bars.
School Shooting Victim Shouts Obscenities After Gunman Granted Partial FreedomThere was a strong reaction from a victim of the 2010 shooting at Deer Creek Middle School after a judge granted the gunman partial freedom on Friday.
State's First Human Trafficking Prevention Unit Gets To WorkA first-of-its kind human trafficking unit, based in the Jefferson and Gilpin County District Attorney's office, debuts in Colorado with a new pro-active approach.

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