After twelve years of trying to put Edward Montour Jr. to death for the murder of a Limon prison guard, it took only a few minutes late yesterday afternoon to sentence him to life without parole, after prosecutors grumblingly agreed to a plea deal that they said would provide only "partial justice" ... More >>
Crystal Cartier. Along with tributes to Michael Jackson's music following word of his death yesterday, news reports have (rightly) gone into detail about his assorted legal troubles -- particularly those involving accusations of child molestation. But none that I've seen have recalled a trial that ... More >>
From the week of July 8, 2004
Almost fifty years after becoming Miss America, Marilyn Van Derbur still takes life day by day.
In the rush to ban sex offenders, cities and counties may inadvertently be creating more of them down the line.
Colorado activists struck first on domestic violence.
When Paula Larsen feels wronged, she sues--and she never lets go.
Paul Cameron's mission to stop homosexuality is hard to swallow
Sixty-eight-year-old Wanda Crawford hasn't killed anyone yet. But authorities say it's not for lack of trying.
CONTROVERSIAL THERAPIST CLARE HAYNES-SEMAN IS OUT AT THE KEMPE CENTER.
KEMPE CENTER "EVALUATOR" CLARE HAYNES-SEMAN FINDS EVIDENCE OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN THE STRANGEST PLACES.