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Criminal Justice

St. Paddy’s Parade Turns Ugly In Colorado Springs

An update to this continuing story is posted at Springs Police Launch St. Paddy's Parade Investigation. On St. Patrick's Day, Eric Verlo's children watched as...

Pipeline company charged with bid rigging

On Tuesday, March 13, 2007, a Denver federal grand jury indicted B&H Pipeline Company and two of its executives in an alleged natural gas...

Court Authorizes Mercy For Juveniles

Colorado's Supreme Court narrowly construed the power of a prosecutor to insist upon adult punishments for certain juvenile crimes today in a unanimous 6-0...

Rural Police Depts to Get Assistance

Rifle Police Chief, Daryl Meisner has lamented that "Rifle isn't Mayberry anymore." Many rural towns in Colorado are facing hard core crimes often with...

A New Wave Of Crime Bills

The 66th General Assembly is now in session, and a new wave of bills seeking to regulate the criminal justice system have gone public. Proposals...

Former DOC Official Also Helped Break Up Strike

Nolin Renfrow, a former Department Of Corrections (DOC) official and subject of a state audit is under scrutiny for helping a private corrections business...

Defend Yourself And Get Deported?

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer intervened yesterday in the case of a Colorado man who faces deportation to Pakistan. The Denver based 10th...

Eye For An Eye

For the second time in less than a year, a Colorado Springs police officer has been shot and killed in the line of duty....

Suthers’ Saudi Trip Politically Questionable

Lost in the shuffle of stories about the still-not-quite-finished election in Colorado was a weeklong trip by Attorney General John Suthers to Saudi Arabia.As...

Ankeney Facing Additional Sex Crime Charges

Randal D. "Randy" Ankeney, who remains jailed in Larimer County on a $1 million bond after his latest arrest last week for sexual assault...
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