Reforming cash bail, repealing the death penalty and texting court date reminders are all on the docket.
Colorado's new Democratic attorney general was sworn in on Tuesday.
One of the biggest issues officials saw in those early days of 2014? People taking way too high a dose of edibles.
Supporters say the percentage of immigrants who can’t afford a lawyer for their cases is an affront to due process rights.
The incoming attorney general is working with lawmakers to develop a bill that would vacate some marijuana convictions.
Despite being among the first states to broadly legalize marijuana, cities elsewhere have led the way on expunging misdemeanor drug convictions.
State officials technically have just 28 days to get those in jail a competency restoration, but many wait much, much longer.
One attorney general candidate thinks there are too many people in jails and prisons — the other wants to focus on sentencing reform.
A new report finds the number of felony cases filed by prosecutors has jumped 50 percent in just five years, and the state could soon be spending a billion dollars a year on prisons.
The Denver Post reports blood found near a dumpster in Aurora has been linked to 43-year-old Eric Todd Ewing.