Steven Zansberg

Prosecutors Want Photos Of Theater Shooting Kept From PublicProsecutors in the Aurora theater shooting case want a judge to keep the public from seeing graphic autopsy and crime-scene photos during the trial, saying the images would traumatize the families of victims.
Cost Of Defending Theater Shooting Suspect Kept Under WrapsAs the Aurora theater shooting case moves closer to trial, taxpayer-funded attorneys for defendant James Holmes have revealed little about their case, including how much it has cost to defend him.
Prosecutors: Don't Televise Theater Shooting TrialProsecutors in the Colorado theater shooting case joined defense lawyers in opposing television coverage inside the courtroom during the trial, saying it would inflict intense and hurtful attention on victims who testify.
Motion To Unseal Files In Sir Mario Owens’ Death Penalty CaseMedia organizations have asked a judge to unseal court files in a Colorado death penalty case.
Colorado Open Government Alliance Gets New PresidentAttorney Steven Zansberg has been elected president of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition.
Colorado Bill Would Bolster Reporter's Shield Law Journalists in Colorado may get legal help protecting their sources with legislation inspired by the case of a New York reporter who was pressured to divulge who gave her information about the 2012 theater shootings.
Sigg Was On Police Radar Before Slaying Arrest The 18-year-old accused of kidnapping and killing Jessica Ridgeway kept some of the girl's remains in a crawl space at a home he shared with his mother, a detective testified said Friday.
Judge's Order Closing Sigg Hearing Is OverturnedThe Colorado Supreme Court Thursday overturned a judge's decision to close a key hearing for the teen suspect accused of killing Jessica Ridgeway.
Doctor Suing Former Patient Over Online CriticismA Centennial-based anesthesiologist, Dr. Michael Gesquiere, has filed a civil lawsuit against a former patient, Joanna Putman, claiming her online venting amounted to libel that damaged his reputation and his business.
Justices Hear On Ritter's Phone RecordsAn attorney for The Denver Post says that if former Gov. Bill Ritter doesn't have to release a list of business calls he made on his personal cellphone while in office, it will provide a recipe for public officials to conduct government business in secret.

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