Category: Coronavirus / COVID-19

There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of people in Colorado and elsewhere – and will continue to do so for years to come.

However, not all the changes are for the worse. Some legal shifts in Colorado may reduce the number of incarcerations, which overall benefits the community as long as safety is maintained.

SB 62 seeks to sustain some law enforcement practices adopted during

After two months of being stuck inside, a walk around a state park sounds heavenly. A camping trip might as well be a luxurious vacation. You can take that vacation as early as this weekend, now that Colorado’s state parks are starting to open up campgrounds again. Be cautious, though – not all facilities will be accessible.

We know how frustrating it is to keep your kids away from playgrounds

An outbreak of coronavirus in a Colorado prison facility has led to one of the largest isolated total positive cases in the state. According to CPR news, Sterling Correctional Facility is now testing all inmates after 138 people came back positive – and more are still awaiting results.

Coronavirus has changed the everyday lives of people in so many ways, and especially those inside the criminal justice system. In response

Coronavirus is quickly shifting the landscape of this country – even the legal landscape hasn’t come away unaltered. A perfect example? The way Colorado is starting to handle low-level crimes in the state.

For instance, in an effort to stop coronavirus from spreading in jails, the number of people being arrested for low-level crimes in cities like Boulder and Denver has been reduced.

It’s thought that this course of action