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Carolyn Tyler Monday, March 16, 2015
DENVER—The Colorado Supreme Court today reversed the judgment of the district court and a prior unpublished opinion of the Colorado Court of Appeals. The Supreme Court held that the lower courts erroneously concluded that for inmates convicted of crimes committed after July 1, 1993, good-time credits are applied against an inmate’s mandatory release date. The Supreme Court correctly held that good time credits are applied only to determine the date an inmate is eligible for discretionary parole.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, March 4, 2015

DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and nine other state attorneys general, announced a $500,000 settlement to resolve state and federal violations of no-call laws. Billions of illegal robocalls were made on behalf of Caribbean Cruise Line (CCL) that generated millions of dollars in illegal cruise vacation sales.

Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, March 3, 2015

  Two New Animals Join www.StopFraudColorado.gov Initiative

Carolyn Tyler Monday, March 2, 2015

DENVER—In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, the Consumer Protection Section of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office unveiled its annual list of the top ten consumer complaints. During the 2014 calendar year, consumers filed 9,568 complaints and inquiries. This represents a 10% increase in complaints and inquiries from the 8,654 complaints filed in 2013.

Carolyn Tyler Thursday, February 5, 2015
DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday ordered a debt settlement company using the name World Law to cease certain operations in the state.
 
Hundreds of Colorado consumers paid sizeable amounts to entities using the trade names World Law Direct, World Law Debt, World Law Group and World Law Processing. Consumers believed the entities would provide legal representation while settling their debts at a discount.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, February 3, 2015

State-Federal Agreement Totaling $1.375 Billion Resolves Allegations S&P Inflated Ratings for Risky Mortgage Investments

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