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Javad Marshall-Fields/Vivian Wolfe CSU scholarship endowed 5 years after their murders

10 years ago by J. David McSwane
Rhonda Fields says nothing could ever fill the void left when her son, Javad Marshall-Fields, a material witness in a murder case, was gunned down in Aurora in 2005. But she says Marshall-Fields lives on through a scholarship at CSU, which she struggled to keep afloat until a surprise $300,000...
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Colorado Death Penalty Abolished, Men on Death Row Given Life

15 days ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Governor commuted sentences of men on death row to life.
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Will Governor Polis Offer Clemency to Three Men on Death Row?

1 month ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Polis will determine whether Colorado allows another person to be executed.
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Death Penalty Repeal Bill Passes First Legislative Step

2 months ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Colorado would become the 22nd state to abolish the death penalty.
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Colorado Lawmakers Introduce Death Penalty Repeal Bill; Passage Likely

3 months ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Colorado lawmakers want to finally abolish the death penalty.
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Advocates: Death Penalty Repeal Bill Is Returning to Legislature

9 months ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
After a death penalty repeal bill failed last legislative session, advocates are pushing for a statewide conversation about the controversial topic.
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Death Penalty Repeal Fails, Bill Will Be Reintroduced Next Year

1 year ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
A bill to repeal the death penalty has failed. Advocates vow to reintroduce it next year.
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Death Penalty Repeal Bill Passes First Legislative Hurdle

1 year ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
A bill that would abolish the death penalty in Colorado passed its first legislative hurdle.
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National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims: Loved ones share their loss (VIDEO)

9 years ago by Alan Prendergast
Grief doesn't respect demographic boundaries, and the devastating impact of a homicide in the family can be found in all walks of life. On Monday, a coalition of victim groups gathered outside the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse downtown to remember lost loved ones and listen to a keynote speech by Denver Mayor...
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Inside Plan to Help Make Colorado Cops Who've Killed Safe for the Streets

1 year ago by Michael Roberts
State Senator Rhonda Fields is assembling a bill designed to help make sure that police officers involved in fatal on-duty shootings are ready before they go back on duty.

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