KRDO: Legislators in Colorado are responding to the District Attorney in El Paso County’s call to change state law when it pertains to sealing and unsealing criminal records after a dismissal.
On Thursday, District Attorney Michael Allen criticized the current state law after prior arrest records for suspected Club Q shooter Anderson Aldrich were unsealed more than two weeks after the devastating shooting that left five dead and many more injured.
Aldrich was previously arrested following a 2021 bomb threat in El Paso County that led to menacing and kidnapping charges. That case was ultimately dismissed due to a lack of cooperation from Alderson’s family.
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