It's been more than a decade since inmates in Denver jails could have in-person visits with friends and family members.
Denver sheriff’s deputies got 10- and 16-day suspensions after an inmate died, while a deputy who skipped out early on work got 30
It's not that use of force never draws harsh penalties.
The nation's most generous grow-your-own marijuana laws came closer Monday to being curbed in Colorado.
Denver's draft use-of-force policy lauds the value of human life but fails to address key issues, Independent Monitor Nicholas Mitchell said.
The Colorado constitution permits only six plants per medical patient, but includes language to allow for more if “medically necessary.”