By Peter Rossi
LAW WEEK COLORADO
Editor’s Note: Statewide trial reporter Peter Rossi rounds up today’s court news.
Longmont man Kevin Elmarr’s murder trial begins Monday in Boulder. Elmarr is accused of slashing his ex-wife’s throat and leaving her body in a canyon 20 years ago.
Passenger Sues Over 2007 Car Crash
Aaron Sines, a passenger in a 2007 car crash in Boulder County, is suing several other people involved in the wreck. Sines claims they spent critical time trying to tow the vehicle instead of calling for help.
‘Furries’ Woman In Court
Richael Michaels appeared Friday in a Larimer District Court on allegations she had sex with a teenage boy. Michaels is allegedly in a “Furries” group that dresses up like animals and meets for social gatherings. A status conference is set for Sept. 2.
Wrestling Champ Faces Unlawful Sexual Contact
Rifle High School state wrestling champ James Conrardy, 19, had his unlawful sexual contact case sent to Denver District Court after a judge determined there was probable cause to proceed.
Former Sheriff Faces Drug Charges
Former Montezuma County Sherriff’s deputy Craig James Morrison was served a judicial summons last week to appear in court Aug. 12. Morrison will be advised on charges of smuggling drugs to prisoners inside the county detention facility.
Grand County Court News
Clarissa Biggs was found guilty of possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and child abuse last week in district court in Hot Sulphur Springs. Biggs was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
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