Led by Bruce Doucette, Stephen Nalty and Steven Byfield, sovereigns reject local and state laws because they are not in the U.S. Constitution.
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To track down a gang that killed four people and stole what would be worth more than $3 million today, the investigators tried a relatively new technique: matching fingerprints.
He was a leader in drafting fake warrants for various elected officials’ arrests, phony subpoenas, and other paperwork he would “serve” on the various public offices.
The candidates include a district court judge who presided over the Aurora theater shooting trial.
A bill that died at the stroke of midnight Thursday would have shifted much of the state’s mentally ill treatment for people in jail to the jails themselves.
Amid the thousands of names at the newly opened Montgomery, Ala., lynching memorial are three from Colorado.
There have been 27 killings so far this year, but Denver remains much safer than other cities.
About 3,200 inmates in America's state and federal prisons identified as transgender in 2012, according to the latest available data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
In the final few days of the legislative session, the bills will likely get a final Senate vote by the end of the week and then head to the House for consideration.
Comedian and actor Bill Cosby was convicted on three counts of sexual assault last week. Heidi Thomas of Castle Rock helped jurors reach that verdict.
The state has been sued for how they’ve handled people deemed mentally incompetent to stand trial three times since 2008.
The federal government cannot withhold public safety grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with President Donald Trump’s immigration enforcement policies, a federal appeals court ruled Thursd
Review of the Legal Orientation Program by the Department of Justice has left lawyers funded by the program scrambling to figure out how to meet needs moving forward.