Thursday afternoons in courtroom 151P tend to be less formal than other proceedings in Denver county courts. Judge Larry Bohning still hands out an occasional scolding ("Time's running out, Mr. Finn; you need to stay away from that alcohol"), and every once in a while somebody gets their probation revoked and heads to jail. But most of the defendants on Bohning's once-a-week mental-health docket are here to give a brief progress report, share any problems they might be having with their treatment plan or job situation — and pick up a free snack or... More >>>