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The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld a cease-and-desist order issued by the Securities Commission against a Texas oil and gas company and its principal, Daro Blankenship. The company was ordered to stop selling securities in a joint venture to develop an oil and gas project in Pennsylvania to residents of Colorado. In the order, issued… Continue Reading Appeals court upholds cease-and-desist order

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About 13 military veterans and active-duty personnel will graduate from the Fourth Judicial District’s Veteran Trauma Court Thursday. The intensive monitoring and treatment program has 82 participants, a grant-funded court modeled after problem-solving courts such as drug and mental health courts. It offers eligible offenders an alternative to incarceration through treatment and counseling. More than… Continue Reading Veterans’ Court graduates 13 vets from treatment program

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A jury found developer Ray Marshall not guilty on 17 counts of securities fraud, theft and conspiracy Monday afternoon. Continue Reading Jury acquits Marshall

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The Colorado attorney general, John Suthers, has joined a multi-state lawsuit against publishers and Apple on suspicion that they engaged in price fixing and other anti-competitive practices in the market for electronic books. Continue Reading Colo. AG joins multistate anti-trust suit against publishers, Apple

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Mexican ambassador to visit Springs tomorrow

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The Mexican ambassador to the United States is visiting with the Colorado Attorney General John Suthers tomorrow – and visiting the Winter Night Club event at the Broadmoor. Arturo Sarukhán will speak about Mexican and U.S. relations at 7:30 p.m. Sarukhán served as deputy assistant secretary for inter-American affairs and was posted in 1993 to… Continue Reading Mexican ambassador to visit Springs tomorrow

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The former CEO of a company accused of importing medical devices that the U.S. government hadn’t cleared for use has been convicted of a single count of lying to federal investigators. A federal jury in Denver convicted former Spectranetics Corp. CEO John Schulte on Thursday of the lying charge but acquitted him of 11 other… Continue Reading Ex-Spectranetics CEO convicted on 1 count of lying

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Two dozen pot shops have to move or close

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It’s moving day for some two dozen marijuana dispensaries warned to move or close by the top federal lawyer in Colorado. U.S. Attorney John Walsh gave 23 marijuana dispensaries near schools a Monday deadline to shut down, move or face federal penalties. Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Industry Groups says the affected dispensaries have complied. MMIG Executive… Continue Reading Two dozen pot shops have to move or close

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Colorado Solicitor General Dan Domenico will argue his first case before the United States Supreme Court Monday. The case, Wood v. Wilvard, concerns whether or not a federal appellate court can raise the timeliness of a convicted felon’s habeas corpus petition, even if the issue was not decided at the district court level. The state… Continue Reading State’s solicitor general to argue before Supreme Court

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CU Regents questioning law school subsidies

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University of Colorado regents want to know why the Boulder campus School of Law is running at a loss and being subsidized by other students. Last year, the law school spent $26 million, more than $1.5 million more than its revenue. Other colleges are also losing money, including the College of Music, which lost more… Continue Reading CU Regents questioning law school subsidies

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A group of Colorado attorneys has formed the Colorado Creditor Bar Association. The new association is devoted to the ethics and practice of attorneys who work in the area of creditors’ rights. The CCBA is also committed to consumer protection, as well as public and political education about creditors’ rights and the debt collection industry.… Continue Reading New association created for attorneys who represent creditors

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