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Four Supreme Court Justices Face Tough Vote in Elections

Judicial-retention elections are traditionally quiet, noncontroversial affairs that barely get attention before Election Day.

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HB10-1104: Bill Could Expand Successful Veterans Court Statewide

New legislation could extend a successful El Paso County judicial court for veterans to other cities across the state.

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Colo. High Court May Say Yes To TV, But Not Until 2013

The Colorado Supreme Court is considering broadcasting its proceedings, but those telecasts — whether on cable television or the Internet — won’t begin until the new Ralph Carr Justice Center is completed in 2013, a top court official said Friday.

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Judicial Branch Wants To Take Over Courts’ Public Access System July 1

When it comes to public access to certain electronic court records, LexisNexis is out and the Colorado Judicial department is in, if the department has its way.

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Colo. Senate Panel Votes To Make Child Legal Office Permanent

A state Judicial Branch agency that manages mostly private lawyers for Colorado children who face legal issues may become permanent if the Senate Judiciary Committee has its way.

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Suthers Says He Regrets His Remarks About Colo. Justices

A Republican blog last week reported that Colorado’s attorney general won’t support three of the four Colorado Supreme Court justices on the ballot in November. John Suthers isn’t talking, except to say that he wishes he had kept quiet

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Blog: Attorney General Will Vote To Oust 3 Of 4 Colo. Justices

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said this week he will vote to kick out three of the four Colorado Supreme Court justices in November’s retention election, according to The Business Word blog.

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Supreme Court Decision In Onstage Smoking Ban Coming Monday

Does Colorado’s indoor smoking ban apply to actors performing in plays? The Colorado Supreme Court will tell us Monday.

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Ex-Justice O’Connor, State Justices Pushing To End Practice of Electing Judges

An old debate about whether judges should be elected or appointed is heating up again.

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Confirmed: Colo. Supreme Court Signs Sublease To Move Into Post Tower

The Colorado Supreme Court will move into The Denver Post building for three years as a new Judicial building is constructed southwest of the Capitol, according to the terms of a sublease executed last week and obtained today by Law Week.

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