Colorado DAs Want Lawmakers To Pause Criminal Justice ReformsColorado's district attorneys want state lawmakers to hold off on criminal justice reforms that could lighten sentences and loosen supervision after new data shows felony cases are up nearly 30% in the last two years.
Lawmakers Considering Changes To Sexting LawsFor the second year, Colorado lawmakers are considering changing the penalties for sexting, specifically teenagers who send naked pictures to each other.
Colorado Police Defeat Forfeiture Oversight ProposalA Colorado proposal to expand oversight of police who take a citizen's property has been defeated after intense resistance from law enforcement.
Bill Setting Up Domestic Violence Review Board Has Good ChanceSome state lawmakers think there are missed opportunities to save victims of domestic violence in Colorado and they want to change that.
Youth Life Without Parole Debated By Colorado LawmakersColorado's district attorneys are opposing a Senate bill to bring the state in line with U.S. Supreme Court rulings that life without parole sentences for youth offenders are unconstitutional.
Sexting Bill At State Capitol Hits Road BlockEfforts to pass a sexting bill at the Colorado Capitol have hit a road block.
Bill Making Sexting A Misdemeanor Has Strong OppositionEfforts to pass a sexting bill at the Colorado state Capitol have hit a road block. Supporters say they are trying to protect teenagers. Opponents say the bill goes too far.
'Sexting' Is A Felony: Proposed Legislation Would Make Most Cases MisdemeanorsAs a sexting scandal rocks Canyon City a new poll finds most Coloradans -- 62 percent -- say students shouldn't be expelled for it; and 70 percent say they shouldn't face criminal charges.
The Marijuana Defense: Smoking, Driving & Beating The ChargesProsecutors around Colorado say they are concerned after more and more arrests for driving under the influence of marijuana are not leading to convictions when they go to trial.
Bills Seek More Oversight On Colorado Law EnforcementColorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session increasing oversight on law enforcement, including encouraging the use of officer-worn body cameras, revamping training and strengthening the public's right to record police activity.
DUI Victim: 'I Was Hit By 6-Time Drunk Driver, I Became His 7th'Emotional testimony at the state Capitol as state lawmakers consider a bill that would put a felony DUI law on the books in Colorado. The bill moved forward after it passed through an important Senate committee on Tuesday.
Colorado Senate Lawmakers Advance Police Oversight BillsThree bills aimed at increasing oversight on Colorado law enforcement, including expanding the use of body cameras, have advanced in the state Senate.