More than a half dozen Colorado judges still haven’t filed financial disclosure

The Denver Gazette: More than a half dozen Colorado judges are still delinquent in updating missing personal financial disclosure statements with state officials, despite a Denver Gazette investigation that flagged them about the problem two weeks ago.

There were 15 judges delinquent as of Thursday — one of them on the Appellate Court bench — but the number more than halved after The Denver Gazette sent each of them an email asking for a comment or explanation why.

The Secretary of State’s Office said seven judges from a list of nearly 60 did not have financial disclosure forms on file this year — some of them for even longer — following the Denver Gazette’s investigation that ultimately revealed nearly 1 in 6 judges across Colorado had failed to file the document despite a law requiring it.

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