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Carolyn Tyler Thursday, June 13, 2013
DENVER—The United States Supreme Court in a unanimous decision today upheld the language of an interstate compact between Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana governing the states’ rights to water from an interstate river. The Court ruled that because it did not have explicit authority to do so under the compact, a Texas water district could not cross state lines to appropriate water from within Oklahoma’s borders.
Carolyn Tyler Monday, June 10, 2013
DENVER—On Friday, June 7, 2013, Attorney General John Suthers informed the Colorado District Attorneys Council, the Colorado Public Defender, and the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Council via letter of the report by Mountain States Employers Council.
Attorney General John Suthers issued the below statement today:
“The details of this personnel report involve a complex intersection of various laws, including civil, privacy and employment laws.
Carolyn Tyler Tuesday, June 4, 2013
DENVER- Colorado borrowers who submitted a valid foreclosure payment claim through the National Mortgage Settlement will receive a check this month for an average of $1,480. To date, the total cash payments for mortgage servicing abuse are Colorado is $32,882,672.
Carolyn Tyler Friday, May 31, 2013
DENVER –The statewide grand jury has indicted John Parks (DOB: 10-29-76 ) and Daryl Honowitz (DOB: 09-05-60 ) on 28 criminal counts related to the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act (COCCA) and felony charges for computer crime, theft, defrauding a secured creditor, identity theft and forgery. The indictment was based on an 18-month investigation conducted by the Colorado Attorney General and Secretary of State offices and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
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.

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