Category Archives: News Paper Article

  1. Las Vegas attorney in guardianship case charged. Noel Palmer Simpson worked for private guardian April Parks and three of her associates. Simpson is looking at two felony charges for theft and filing false documents. She is part of the sweeping guardianship abuse indictment involving more than 200 felony counts.

    March 24, 2017 by Lulu

    LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – A Las Vegas attorney involved in a guardianship abuse scandal faced a judge Wednesday. Noel Palmer …
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  2. It was a sad day at the capitol In Denver Colorado on Thursday February 3, 2017. A bill aimed at making Colorado’s Open Records Act (CORA) apply to the judicial branch was assigned to a “kill” committee where it died on a party-line vote. Big loss for Colorado Citizens!

    February 5, 2017 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project Shame on them. It was a sad day at the capitol on Thursday. A bill aimed …
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  3. Cottage industry of guardians, conservators and caretakers can quickly drain estates

    November 30, 2016 by Lulu

    Cottage industry of guardians, conservators and caretakers can quickly drain estates Editor’s note: Investigative journalist Diane Dimond, whose weekly syndicated …
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  4. $4 trillion racket run by judges, attorneys & bureaucrats targets elderly retirement funds.

    April 14, 2016 by Lulu

    Delta County, Local News, National, News $4 trillion racket run by judges, attorneys & bureaucrats targets elderly retirement funds Posted …
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  5. Morgan Carroll formally nominated by Dems for CD6 race against Rep. Mike Coffman. F.A.C.E.U.S. advocates were honored to join her on stage. The full delegation was behind Carroll, who said she was “honored” by the unanimous nomination.

    April 12, 2016 by Lulu

    Term-limited state Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, received the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 6th Congressional District race this …
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  6. Judicial branch a finalist for another dubious award. Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice has repeatedly refused to discuss the court’s transparency policies. This is not Liberty And Justice For All.

    March 18, 2016 by Lulu

    NO ACCOUNTABILITY: Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nancy Rice heads the branch that was granted the dubious honor of being …
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  7. Senator Laura Woods introduced a bill — named after Peter Falk — that would prohibit guardians from cutting off contact with family. “The guardian assumes all of the rights of the person that they are guardian for; so they can say, ‘No visitors, no phone calls, no mail,’ and really isolate the most vulnerable in our society, which are the elderly and adults with disabilities,” Laura Woods said.

    January 30, 2016 by Lulu

      Peter Falk’s Daughter Pushing for Change in Legal Guardianship Law  Some Colorado lawmakers want to strip some the decision …
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  8. Changes in Colorado Law to Stop Family Battles.

    January 30, 2016 by Lulu

    Richard Sweetman, Marcia Southwick-NASGA, Senator Laura Woods, Catherine Falk. Picture taken at the Colorado Legislative session. Friday, January 29, 2016 …
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  9. Help make judicial complaints matter. You can help. Go to www.judicialintegrity.org. Navigate to the “petitions” page. Download and print a petition. Obtain up to 24 signatures. Get it notarized and mail it in. Help make the Honest Judge Amendment a reality.

    January 24, 2016 by Lulu

    The Colorado Supreme Court has the power to make rules for the judicial discipline commission, writes Chris Forsyth. (Daily Camera …
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  10. It’s back to work for Colorado lawmakers at the state Capitol as the Legislature kicked off January 13, 2016 begins. Senator Laura Woods, R-Jefferson County, is going after probate courts. “There doesn’t seem to be any transparency in the system, there’s no accountability,” Woods said.

    January 14, 2016 by Lulu

    Sen. Laura Woods, R-Jefferson County, is going after probate courts. “There doesn’t seem to be any transparency in the system, …
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