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Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, May 29, 2013
DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced that Erik Burt (D.O.B. 01/24/84) and Javon Ristick (D.O.B. 05/31/85) pled guilty to burglarizing the homes of Colorado’s senior citizens and were both sentenced to serve eight-years each with the Department of Corrections. In October 2011, an indictment was announced against Burt and Ristick, self-proclaimed gypsies who stole tens of thousands of dollars in cash and belongings from 10 senior-citizen victims along the Front Range.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, May 28, 2013
DENVER—The Colorado Supreme Court today ruled in favor of the state in Lobato v. State of Colorado.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, May 22, 2013
DENVER—Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper today issued a reprieve to Nathan Dunlap for the duration of the Hickenlooper administration. Dunlap was sentenced to die by lethal injection for the 1993 “Chuck E Cheese” murders of Margaret Kohlberg, Sylvia Crowell, Colleen O’Connor and Ben Grant.
Carolyn Tyler Wednesday, May 22, 2013
DENVER—The Colorado Attorney General’s Office today announced the resolution of a multistate, antitrust litigation against a major U.S. book publisher for price-fixing and collusion in the electronic book (E-book) market. Colorado has reached an agreement with Penguin Group (USA) Inc. to settle the state’s allegations that Penguin colluded with other major publishers and Apple Inc. to manipulate prices in the E-book market.
The agreement with Penguin must be approved by the U.S.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, May 21, 2013
DENVER – Joseph A. Smith, Jr., Monitor of the National Mortgage Settlement, has received an update on the consumer relief activities the five banks that are parties to the Settlement reported through March 31, 2013. The banks sent these reports to each state that is party to the Settlement with copies to the Monitor and the Monitoring Committee. This figure includes both completed consumer relief and active first lien trial modifications.
Carolyn Tyler Friday, May 17, 2013
DENVER—Today, various plaintiffs announced the filing of a federal lawsuit challenging the legality of gun laws enacted during the recently completed legislative session.
Attorney General John Suthers issued the following statement in response:
“In defending the lawsuit as counsel for the state, the objective of the Attorney General’s Office will be to get court rulings on the legality of various aspects of the legislation as expeditiously as possible.

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