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FOX 31 Denver
Why street sweepers are immune to damage claims from vehicle ownersregarding city-owned motor vehicles, but street sweepers are protected under Co
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 3 days ago
regarding city-owned motor vehicles, but street sweepers are protected under Colorado's Governmental Immunity Act. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that a street sweeper is considered mobile “machinery,” not a motor vehicle. Leighton Best... Read more
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Vail Daily
Sign of the times: Rifle’s new K9 puppies will be trained to ignore marijuanahe was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Becau
Vail Daily / Posted 3 days ago
he was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Because marijuana is legal in the state, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that a dog alerting to drugs in general does not provide legally sound probable cause... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Rifle Police Department gets new drug pups — who will be trained to ignore pothe was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Becau
The Aspen Times / Posted 3 days ago
he was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Because marijuana is legal in the state, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that a dog alerting to drugs in general does not provide legally sound probable cause... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Rifle PD gets new drug pups — who will be trained to ignore marijuanahe was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Becau
Summit Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
he was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Because marijuana is legal in the state, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that a dog alerting to drugs in general does not provide legally sound probable cause... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Drug dogs trained to ignore marijuana join Rifle policehe was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Becau
Craig Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
he was trained to sniff for marijuana — which can complicate prosecution. Because marijuana is legal in the state, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that a dog alerting to drugs in general does not provide legally sound probable cause... Read more
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Vail Daily
Independence Pass hostage-taker enters not guilty plea 16 months laterappealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dism
Vail Daily / Posted 5 days ago
appealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dismissing three charges against him. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that District Judge Chris Seldin should have allowed two counts of attempted... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Independence Pass hostage-taker pleads not guilty to kidnapping, attempted murder chargesappealed a Pitkin County District judge’s decision in February reducing or dism
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 5 days ago
appealed a Pitkin County District judge’s decision in February reducing or dismissing three charges against him. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that District Judge Chris Seldin should have allowed two counts of attempted... Read more
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Business Wire
DISH Names Tim Messner General Counsel; R. Stanton Dodge to Join DraftKings as Chief Legal Officerresponsibility in the legal department. Prior to joining DISH, Dodge was a law
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
responsibility in the legal department. Prior to joining DISH, Dodge was a law clerk to the Hon. Jose D. L. Marquez of the Colorado Court of Appeals. He received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School in 1995 and his B.S. in... Read more
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Vail Daily
Independence Pass hostage-taker pleads not guilty to kidnapping, attempted murder chargesappealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dism
Vail Daily / Posted 5 days ago
appealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dismissing three charges against him. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that District Judge Chris Seldin should have allowed two counts of attempted... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Independence Pass hostage-taker enters not guilty plea 16 months laterappealed a Pitkin County District judge’s decision in February reducing or dism
Summit Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
appealed a Pitkin County District judge’s decision in February reducing or dismissing three charges against him. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that District Judge Chris Seldin should have allowed two counts of attempted... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Man pleads not guilty to 2016 hostage case 
on Independence Passa gun at one of them, leading to a standoff with police, pleaded not guilty Mon
Aspen Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
a gun at one of them, leading to a standoff with police, pleaded not guilty Monday in a case that has already involved the Colorado Court of Appeals. An attorney for Brolin McConnell, 31, a real-estate agent from Falcon, entered the plea to 15... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Independence Pass hostage-taker enters not guilty plea 16 months laterappealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dism
The Aspen Times / Posted 5 days ago
appealed a Pitkin County District judge's decision in February reducing or dismissing three charges against him. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in August that District Judge Chris Seldin should have allowed two counts of attempted... Read more
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The Hill
Bakers should be allowed to have their cake — and their freedomordered to provide a defense every time he exercised his First Amendment right
The Hill / Posted 9 days ago
ordered to provide a defense every time he exercised his First Amendment right to be free from compelled expression. The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the commission’s ruling in 2015. Jack is going to the Supreme Court to vindicate not only... Read more
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The Manila Times
The religious vs gays—whose constitutional rights matter most?Phillips was ordered to provide wedding cakes on an “equal basis”—i.e., to any
The Manila Times / Posted 12 days ago
Phillips was ordered to provide wedding cakes on an “equal basis”—i.e., to any customer willing to pay for one. Then the Colorado Court of Appeals also ruled against Masterpiece Cakeshop. Phillips, who’s been described as a “cake artist” with a... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
As Boulder's Neil Gorsuch's 2nd Supreme Court term starts, how far to the right will he go?Phillips bake a cake to celebrate their nuptials. Phillips refused the same-sex
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 19 days ago
Phillips bake a cake to celebrate their nuptials. Phillips refused the same-sex couple, citing his religious beliefs. The Colorado Court of Appeals and the state's Civil Rights Commission found his refusal was discriminatory, but Phillips appealed... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Colorado Supreme Court denies hearing Quiet Skies' Longmont airport noise lawsuitThe Colorado Supreme Court on Monday denied Citizens for Quiet Skies' request f
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 19 days ago
The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday denied Citizens for Quiet Skies' request for the high court to review the Colorado Court of Appeals' decision in favor of local airport business Mile-Hi Skydiving. Citizens for Quiet Skies and members of the... Read more
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FOX News
Supreme Court’s in session with Gorsuch on board, gay wedding cake case on deckon discrimination, and provide quarterly reports for two years regarding steps
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
on discrimination, and provide quarterly reports for two years regarding steps taken to comply with the order. The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the decision and the Colorado Supreme Court declined to hear the case. Last year, Phillips... Read more
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FOX News
Supreme Court’s in session with Gorsuch on board, gay wedding cake case on deckon discrimination, and provide quarterly reports for two years regarding steps
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
on discrimination, and provide quarterly reports for two years regarding steps taken to comply with the order. The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the decision and the Colorado Supreme Court declined to hear the case. Last year, Phillips... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Judicial nominating commissions have openingsto serve on the Supreme Court Nominating Commission. That 15-member panel, whi
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
to serve on the Supreme Court Nominating Commission. That 15-member panel, which also helps nominate judges for the Colorado Court of Appeals, must include at least one person from each of the state’s seven congressional districts. That 3rd... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Greeley man convicted of sexually assaulting woman in downtown Greeley parkin June 2012 and later sentenced to 16 years to life in prison. But last year,
Greeley Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
in June 2012 and later sentenced to 16 years to life in prison. But last year, the conviction was overturned by the Colorado Court of Appeals after the court determined his Miranda rights were not properly advised. "Sexual assaults are some... Read more

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