Jury selection to continue in trial of 2 suspects in Nathaniel Tallman murder

Mitchell Byars 09/14/2015 Attorneys are set to continue the process of seating a jury Tuesday in the trial of two men accused of murder in the death of Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman.

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Trial in the slaying of Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman opens Monday

Mitchell Byars 09/13/2015 On a January night in 2014, Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman got behind the wheel of his Mitsubishi Lancer and vanished. Two months later, the search for Tallman ended with the discovery of his body on the side of the road in Wyoming. Now, more than a year later, the search for justice in Tallman's death is set to begin.

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Two trials for docs accused in deaths

Paul Shockley 11/27/2014 A federal judge Tuesday ruled that the complexity of a case against two former western Colorado doctors will require two trials, while blaming lawyers for delays in the now three-year-old pending prosecution.

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Government given more time in Littleton Police officer drug case

Jace Larson 8/2/2013 DENVER - Prosecutors were granted more time to bring a drug case involving a Littleton Police officer to a federal grand jury, following a judge's ruling Friday morning.

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Judges Train for Amendment 64 Issues

Marshall Snider 4/1/2013 Voter approval of Amendment 64 in November has raised many regulatory challenges. The General Assembly is already wrestling with a number of thorny issues resulting from the passage of this amendment, which legalized the recreational use of small amounts of marijuana in Colorado.

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Former Aspen resident found guilty of trafficking cocaine

3/1/2013 DENVER – Former Aspen resident Montgomery Chitty was convicted Thursday of having a role in the distribution of hundreds of kilos of cocaine in Aspen over nearly a decade.

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