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Trials

  • Blogs

    December 18, 2009

    Erik Osborn found guilty, faces up to 24 years in prison

    Here's looking at you, Erik Osborn.​We've chronicled the story of disgraced One Lincoln Park developer Erik Osborn, who was accused of stealing from partners such as "Dealing Doug" Moreland and talk-show host Tom "Lou from Littleton" Manoogian, in a May feature article and a series of blogs ac ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 29, 2009

    John Suthers buzzing on Stacy Clendenin medical-marijuana ruling

    "Why is everyone getting so worked up over little ol' me?"​In September, Joel Warner wrote a blog entitled "Could Clendenin Case Deal a Blow to Colorado's Pot Biz?" Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, who's been trying to put the medical-marijuana genie back in the bottle, certainly hopes ... More >>

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    October 21, 2009

    Alleged Zeus Pegasus International freakazoid David McCoy fighting extradition to Colorado on creepy sex charges

    David McCoy's reported request of job applicants: "May I watch you shower?"​You remember David McCoy, right? According to the Boulder Police Department, McCoy says he operated a media business called (I'm not making this up) Zeus Pegasus International, and a while back, he advertised for a cam ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 20, 2009

    ACLU sues Denver for alleged false arrests during Democratic National Convention

    Signs of recent times.​It's been a year since the Democratic National Convention took over this town -- and to mark that anniversary, the Colorado branch of the American Civil Liberties Union has taken two legal actions. In the first, an ACLU lawyer is representing eight people in a suit again ... More >>

  • News

    April 10, 2008

    Bad Execution

    A judge removes DA Carol Chambers from a death-penalty case -- and blasts prosecution misconduct.

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    April 7, 2008
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    February 28, 2008

    Arapahoe County DA Charges Death-Penalty Fees to the State

    How does DA Carol Chambers beat the high cost of a death-penalty prosecution? By billing the prison system.

  • Blogs

    October 18, 2007
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    September 20, 2007

    Killer Instinct

    After Michael Tate lost all hope of a family life, he found the Devil.

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    August 23, 2007

    Sinking Sub

    The dust is settling in the dust-up over allegations against Quiznos.

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    May 3, 2007

    You're Toast!

    Franchise owners thought they'd make a fortune serving the toasted sandwiches created by Quiznos. Instead, they got burned.

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    February 8, 2007

    The Punisher

    Censured but defiant, Carol Chambers goes after habitual criminals -- and cops, judges and lawyers -- like no other district attorney. But at what cost?

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    November 16, 2006

    Fighting Mad

    Tycoon Jack Grynberg says the energy industry has stolen millions from him -- and billions from the government. What if he's right?

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    April 13, 2006

    Love, American Style

    Illegal immigrant Jon Vaupel is not from Mexico, but he's a borderline case.

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    March 9, 2006

    Flats, Busted

    Lawsuits against Rocky Flats, like plutonium, last forever.

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    July 14, 2005
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    November 25, 2004

    Shades of Guilt

    In the murder trial of Krystal Voss, doubt was everywhere and nothing was reasonable.

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    June 26, 2003

    Cowboy Justice

    They ran the toughest cellblock in the most dangerous prison in the state. It was the perfect place to beat inmates.

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    January 23, 2003

    Follow That Story

    Lingua Franca

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    December 12, 2002

    The Wal-Mart Crusade

    Denver's best-known ambulance chaser rolls over Rollback Smiley.

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    November 21, 2002

    Trial and Tribulations

    Naim Amini fled Afghanistan to build a new life, a life now lost in the translation.

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    October 31, 2002

    Deeper Into Columbine

    The settlements. The spin. The remaining secrets.

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    August 15, 2002

    Take a Memo

    State Farm puts a premium on protecting its reputation. Good luck.

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    May 16, 2002

    Follow That Story

    Eighty-Six Million Dimes

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    February 14, 2002

    Road Hazard

    Traveling with private extradition companies is no joy ride -- particularly for female prisoners.

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    June 28, 2001

    Dead Reckoning

    Donta Page's sentence revives Colorado's death-penalty debate -- but brings no closure. The Conclusion of "Penalty Zone."

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    June 21, 2001

    Shades of Black

    Defense attorneys fight to save their clients by comparing them to current residents of death row.

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    June 14, 2001

    Judge and Jury

    With several controversial cases coming up, Colorado's death-penalty decision moves to a three-judge panel.

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    June 7, 2001

    Murderers' Row

    Until two years ago, Colorado juries weighed whether men deserved to die. Now judges decide their fate.

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    May 24, 2001

    Language Barrier

    Colorado Central Station Casino takes a hit over an English-only policy.

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    January 11, 2001

    Call Me Crazy

    When the accused reject a not-guilty plea, Colorado's insanity law breaks down.

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    January 11, 2001

    Colorado's Insanity Cases

    A look at those affected by Coloradoís insanity law.

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    January 4, 2001

    Lawyers on the Line

    When Qwest took over US West, it took on a class-action lawsuit.

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    March 16, 2000

    Sight Unseen

    Carole Abbott was an expert witness in child sex-abuse cases. What she witnessed at home was a different matter.

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    February 3, 2000

    Take the Money and Run

    It took sixteen years and international extradition, but the Colorado Attorney Generalís Office finally got its man.

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    September 30, 1999
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    June 3, 1999

    Judgment Day

    As judges ponder the fates of Brandy DuVall's murderers, they must measure different shades of black.

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    May 27, 1999

    The Final Judgment

    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.

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    February 11, 1999

    Bench Pressed

    The logjam in Denver's federal district court is one of the worst in the country. Blame Congress, Timothy McVeigh, greedy lawyers -- and judges who don't have time to judge.

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    February 4, 1999
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    January 21, 1999

    Under the Knife

    No matter who wins a medical malpractice case, the verdict cuts both ways.

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    December 17, 1998

    The Waiting Game

    Robert Riggan's fate was to have been decided this week. Now he's back in line.

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    December 17, 1998

    Hands Out

    For ex-employees of Caring Hands, a libel suit and bankruptcy filing are all about getting paidor not.

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    November 12, 1998

    Look Out Below!

    When a Denver gas company started drilling wells in Las Animas County, it brought bad feelings to the surface.

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    October 29, 1998

    It Hertz

    A former Hertz employee says he doesn't want to chose between his civil rights and his injured shoulder.

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    October 15, 1998

    Dying for Dollars

    The nursing home industry is earning healthy profits. But its clients may be paying the price.

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    October 15, 1998

    Death Takes a Holiday

    A technicality stalls the state's first decision under a new death-penalty law.

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    September 10, 1998

    The Poison Pill

    An internet venture goes bust, leaving some of Colorado's biggest business names with a major headache.

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    March 19, 1998

    The Killer and Mrs. Johnson

    A gruesome crime. A bizarre defense. Can a crusading author reopen her best friend's case?

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    February 12, 1998

    Letty Wins

    The Court of Appeals reverses a probate judge's controversial handling of the Letty Milstein case.

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