In a shift heralded by some local defense attorneys, an imminent change to Colorado law means that members of the public will not be told the identities or ages of most juveniles accused of serious crimes.
Ray Scott won’t face an ethics rebuke from his fellow senators, after Republican and Democratic leadership said his social media accounts are his business.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has teamed up with a Washington state Democrat to sponsor a bill that seeks to boost transparency for online political advertisements and enact rules that are similar to those already in place for television and radio.
More questions than answers remain following an open records request to city officials in late August which sought to understand the reasons for the forced retirement of former Chief of Police Walt Vanatta.
A Missouri native currently enrolled in law school in Denver, the activist began his campaign of “strategic litigation” after attempting to dig into the secretive operations of the state’s multi-jurisdictional drug task forces. When the task forces rejected his Sunshine requests, he refused to concede that these governmental agencies were somehow exempt from the rule of law.
Schools ought to immediately inform parents when a school employee is arrested for any offense related to child safety. It’s a pretty simple value statement; and, despite a few mendacious arguments to the contrary, the matter is a proper step toward respecting parental authority.
Lawyers for a Kennedy family scion cited in December for his role in a fight outside an Aspen bar have petitioned the Pitkin County District Court to seal his arrest and criminal record, according to court documents.
A Denver judge has denied a request from the Denver police union to appoint a special prosecutor in a case involving Chief Robert White and his second-in-command, Matt Murray, who had been accused of breaking the state’s open records law.
Even Denver-area economic development organizations are having trouble getting details about Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s new headquarters. What locations, incentive packages and other details Colorado is highlighting for Amazon are expected to remain secret even after state officials submit their official proposal to the Seattle-based e-commerce giant.
Denver’s Independent Monitor has identified 55 potential violations of Denver’s body worn camera policy in the first half of 2017 among Denver police officers. The main issue – police officers failing to activate their body cameras when required.