Colorado Criminal Justice Leaders Push Biden To End Federal Death PenaltyMultiple criminal justice leaders from Colorado are joining a push to abolish the death penalty in the United States.
DA Gets Bias Training Grant In City Where Police ScrutinizedA Colorado district attorney's office has received a grant for bias training in a city where several police officers confronted a black student outside his home.
Michael Dougherty Suspends Attorney General Campaign, Wants To Be Boulder DADemocratic Attorney General candidate Michael Dougherty is suspending his campaign to pursue the Boulder District Attorney position.
Colorado Sex Crimes Prosecutors Weigh In On #MeTooThe #MeToo movement has overwhelmingly swayed the court of public opinion and some of the state’s top sex crimes prosecutors say it could go a long way toward holding sexual predators accountable in the court of law.
Bill Would Change Way Police Do Suspect Lineups In ColoradoColorado is poised to become the 12th state to overhaul procedures for eyewitness identifications in criminal prosecutions.
Lawmakers Skeptical Of Colorado Pot LegalizationA Colorado marijuana legalization measure got a skeptical review from a legislative panel that warns of possible legal challenges if the measure passes.
Sullivan Confession: 'May Very Well Have' Had Sex With Underage BoysFormer Arapahoe County Sheriff Pat Sullivan confessed he "may very well have" had sex with underage boys and that he intentionally used the 'date rape' drug GHB to incapacitate a male sex partner.