A federal judge ruled on Monday that the stop-and-frisk tactics of the New York Police Department violated the constitutional rights of minorities in the city, repudiating a major element in the Bloomberg administration’s crime-fighting legacy.
Patrick Fitz-Gerald on the Denver Business Podcast
DBP Power Stats: Business: Driskell, Fitz-Gerald & Ray, LLC Who: Patrick Fitz-Gerald What: Attorney Where: 3773 Cherry Creek N Dr #927, Denver, CO • (303) 860-7353 Category: Legal When: Since 2001 Why: Sometimes you gotta flex your legal muscle. Thanks Denver Business Podcast! Click here to listen.
Denver Police Chief White says no police drones in near future for Denver skies
By JEREMY MEYER The Denver Post Denver Police Chief Robert White says he appreciates technological advances but told a City Council committee on Tuesday he won’t put police drones into Denver air space any time soon. Denver Police Chief Robert White tells a Denver City Council committee that he is not in favor of using drones until some of the… Continue reading Denver Police Chief White says no police drones in near future for Denver skies
State Of Colorado Joins Oil And Gas Companies’ Lawsuit Against Longmont Fracking Ban
The Colorado Independent | By John Tomasic From The Colorado Independent’s John Tomasic. The state of Colorado has joined a lawsuit filed by oil-and-gas companies against the city of Longmont that seeks to lift a ban on fracking passed by citizen initiative there last November. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission entered the suit last… Continue reading State Of Colorado Joins Oil And Gas Companies’ Lawsuit Against Longmont Fracking Ban
Sand Creek Massacre descendants sue federal government for reparations
Descendants of victims of the Sand Creek Massacre have filed a class-action lawsuit in Denver against the federal government, seeking reparations they claim were never paid for the slaughter of their Cheyenne and Arapaho ancestors 149 years ago.
Lauryn Hill Starts Prison Sentence
ASSOCIATED PRESS – DANBURY, Conn. July 8, 2013 (AP) Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill began serving a three-month prison sentence in Connecticut on Monday for failing to pay about $1 million in taxes over the past decade.