Forty-years-ago, six Chicano activists died in explosions in Boulder. Francisco Martinez claims the police were responsible for their deaths. Among the victims was his brother: 25-year-old Reyes Martinez, a lawyer who had devoted himself to fighting for Francisco's freedom after the police had charg ... More >>
Donta Page's sentence revives Colorado's death-penalty debate -- but brings no closure. The Conclusion of "Penalty Zone."
Defense attorneys fight to save their clients by comparing them to current residents of death row.
With several controversial cases coming up, Colorado's death-penalty decision moves to a three-judge panel.
Until two years ago, Colorado juries weighed whether men deserved to die. Now judges decide their fate.
The Colorado Legislature has its Ten Commandments.
Danny Ray Lopez couldn’t outrun his gang life or the police. Will his brother follow in his footsteps?
As judges ponder the fates of Brandy DuVall's murderers, they must measure different shades of black.
Two years ago this week, Brandy DuVall was killed by members of the Deuce-Seven gang. For the past month, the courts have been deciding whether her murderers live or die.
The state's first death-penalty panel meets--and spares the life of Robert Riggan.
On judgment day for Danny Martinez, there are no angels for witnesses.
The Deuce-Seven Bloods spin out of control, ripping families apart--including their own.
When the Deuce-Seven Bloods went hunting for a snitch, they shot Venus Montoya instead.
Brandy DuVall went through hell before she died. She left no angels as witnesses.
Robert Riggan's fate was to have been decided this week. Now he's back in line.
A technicality stalls the state's first decision under a new death-penalty law.
While Salvino Martinez's ex-pals do the time, he's droppin' the rhyme.
Her grandmother will never forget the day Venus Montoya died. And she will never forgive her killers.