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State receiving $1.2 million to launch DNA-based exoneration program

Colorado has received nearly $1.2 million in federal grant money to start a program that will allow some people previously convicted of felonies to apply to have DNA testing performed in their case. “DNA is one of law enforcement’s most effective tools for convicting the guilty and exonerating the innocent,” said Attorney General John Suthers. “These… Continue Reading State receiving $1.2 million to launch DNA-based exoneration program

 Lone Tree-based DISH Network has agreed to pay $5.99 million to 46 states to settle allegations the satellite television provider and its third-party retailers engaged in unfair and deceptive sales practices. Colorado will receive $125,000 from the multistate settlement, according to Attorney General John Suthers. Also as part of the settlement, DISH Network has agreed… Continue Reading DISH Network agrees to $5.99 million settlement

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A Colorado man is accused of bilking more than $10 million from investors through an elaborate multi-state Ponzi scheme. The Statewide Grand Jury indicted 30-year-old Jason T. Brooks on 24 counts of securities fraud and theft. According to the indictment, Brooks solicited and accepted more than $10 million from investors in Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and… Continue Reading 30-year-old indicted for Ponzi scheme that netted millions

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