Watchdog Blasts Denver Sheriff's Response To Inmate's DeathThe Denver Sheriff's Department mishandled an investigation into the 2015 death of a man restrained by deputies at the jail and must change its disciplinary and investigative process, a law enforcement watchdog agency said in a blistering report Monday that focused new attention on a case that has already resulted in a $4.6 million settlement.
Third Suspension Reversed In Marshall CaseA City of Denver hearing officer has ordered a ten day suspension for a Denver Sheriff Captain overturned in connection with the 2015 jail death of Michael Marshall.
Hearing Officer Overturns Marshall Jail Death SuspensionsJust two days after it was announced the city would pay $4.65 million to the family of Michael Marshall, there was a development with a previous disciplinary action.
Denver Settles Inmate's Death For $4.6 MillionThe City of Denver has announced a multi-million dollar settlement in the 2015 death of a detention center inmate after being restrained by deputies.
Family Settles With Denver Over Inmate's Death For $4.6MThe family of a man who suffocated as Denver sheriff's deputies restrained has reached a settlement with the city, attorneys said.
Family Doesn't Believe Discipline For Jail Death Goes Far EnoughTwo Denver sheriff’s deputies and a watch commander have received suspensions for 10-16 days in connection with the November 2015 death of a man at the Downtown Detention Center.
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.
Family Plans To Sue Denver Over Death Of Homeless InmateThe family of a homeless Denver jail inmate who suffocated while being restrained during a psychotic episode last year plans to sue the city, alleging both excessive force and a possible cover up.
Denver Jail Death Puts New Light On Common Restraint TacticThe death of a 112-pound jail inmate who choked on his own vomit and suffocated after Denver sheriff's deputies restrained him during a psychotic episode is drawing new attention to the way he was subdued.
No Criminal Charges, But Lawsuit Still On The Table In Inmate's DeathThe Denver District Attorney has cleared Denver sheriff's deputies of possible criminal charges in connection with the death of an inmate last year, but a civil lawsuit in federal court may still come.
Family Of Michael Marshall Demands Federal InvestigationThe family of a an inmate who died after a scuffle with deputies at the Denver jail is demanding a federal investigation into his death.
No Charges In Marshall Jail DeathDenver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey ruled Thursday there would be no criminal charges against six Denver Sheriff’s deputies in relation to the death of inmate Michael Marshall last November.
Denver DA: No Criminal Charges In Inmate DeathThe Denver District Attorney announced on Thursday afternoon that no criminal charges will be filed in the death of Michael Lee Marshall, who died last fall after being in the custody of sheriff's deputies.