Immigration court backlogs have swelled, from 190,000 to almost 800,000 in 2018 — among those asylum claims jumped to almost 150,000 in 2017.
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State officials technically have just 28 days to get those in jail a competency restoration, but many wait much, much longer.
Boulder County Assistant District Attorney Ken Kupfner said it was a matter of “fundamental fairness” given that possession of marijuana is no longer illegal.
The eviction bill would create a national database to standardize and track evictions to help the public better understand the issue.
The Justice Department would not say whether any of the municipalities paid the ransom.
As memories of important events and people fade, the risks of a gun-related accident increase.
The new owner of the ranch, the son of a Texas oil billionaire, had sought to restrict who could use the land. But the appeals court ruled against him.
Both north and southbound 1-25 exits at Dry Creek were closed until midday Tuesday.
Denver Police have arrested the two men who exchanged gunfire and injured others at 21st and Lawrence streets on Monday night.
Szutenbach’s faith actually survived the abuse and he still practiced after he left seminary. But it hasn’t survived the way he has been treated since he came forward.
Watts' representation shared his short statement saying, "He is sincerely sorry for all of this."
Denver set aside $385,000 to be divided among four nonprofit groups, including the Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocacy Network.
Richard Kirk claimed he killed his wife four years ago because he ate an edible.
Incidents include a white nationalist demonstration and homes flying flags with swastikas.