Scott McInnisCall it a decision that doesn't hold water. The Colorado Supreme Court's Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel has found no grounds to impose disciplinary measures on former congressman Scott McInnis -- even though the fact he received $300,000 from a private foundation for pla ... More >>
Kurt Riggin.A fresh development in the bizarre case of Kurt Riggin, a self-proclaimed tribal chief and attorney accused of the improper practice of law plus a string of charges related to his defense of a medical marijuana patient in Park County. A judge has recommended that Riggin's claim of ... More >>
Photo by Timothy TiptonRiggin goes to court in 2007.Last month, we told you the bizarre story of Kurt Riggin, who's been charged before the Colorado Supreme Court with illegally practicing law -- although supposedly not for advocating on behalf of a medical marijuana patient in Park County, w ... More >>
Photo by Timothy TiptonKurt Riggin heads to the Supreme Court.The Colorado Supreme Court has played host to some odd hearings over its history -- but few have been more unusual than the May 14 proceeding involving Kurt Riggin. Riggin, who identifies himself as a tribal chief and judge of the ... More >>
Judge Terry Gilmore probably isn't smiling this morning. An article headlined "Two Judges Censured Over Trial" appears on the front page of today's Denver Post, and that's appropriate for a couple of reasons. First, the decision by the state Supreme Court's regulatory office to censure Terry Gilmo ... More >>
A dubious deal between a law firm and medical providers spins out — and accident victims feel their pain.
The child-protection system wants to shut down family-rights activist Suzanne Shell. And vice versa.