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Carolyn Tyler Thursday, July 10, 2014

DENVER—Today Boulder County District Court Judge Andrew Hartman denied the state’s motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Hillary Hall for issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The essence of Judge Hartman’s order is that even if the licenses are invalid, the state of Colorado suffers no irreparable harm from their issuance. Yesterday, Adams County Judge C.

Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, July 9, 2014

DENVER—In a summary judgment order issued today in Adams County District Court, Judge C. Scott Crabtree found Colorado’s Constitutional ban on same-sex marriage violates the United States Constitution. However, like the 10th Circuit Court, the judge also stayed his ruling pending appeal finding that “a stay is necessary to avoid the instability and uncertainty which would result in the state of Colorado if the Court did not stay its ruling and for the orderly administration of justice.” In response to Judge Crabtree’s order, Attorney General John Suthers issued the following statement.

Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, July 8, 2014

DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that Tri State Environmental Group and Aftermath Cleanup & Remediation Services, LLC, will pay fines totaling $1 million for failing to properly dispose of asbestos containing waste material (ACWM). The fine will be split evenly between the two asbestos abatement disposal companies. The owner of the companies, James Joseph Duran (D.O.B.

Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Files Motion to Suspend Unnecessary, Costly, and Divisive Litigation


Carolyn Tyler Thursday, June 26, 2014

DENVER – Today, U.S. District Court Judge Marcia S. Krieger has issued an order in the case known as Colorado Outfitters Association et al v. Hickenlooper, finding that gun laws passed by the Colorado General Assembly in 2013 are constitutional. Judge Krieger found that the ban on “large capacity magazines” exceeding 15 rounds and expanding mandatory background checks to recipients of firearms in some private transfers does not violate the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, June 25, 2014
DENVER – Today, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a 2-1 ruling finding Utah's ban on same-sex marriage to be in violation of the United States Constitution's guarantees of equal protection and due process. The 10th Circuit itself delayed the effect of its order pending resolution of the case by the United States Supreme Court.

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