Ex-staffer settles lawsuit against Denver Probate Court

August 4, 2015 by Lulu

Caroline Cammack, a former Denver Probate Court employee who alleged the court was failing to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, has settled a civil case against the court for $10,000.

Cammack, who has been unemployed since the court fired her two years ago, said Tuesday that the settlement falls far short of the losses she has suffered.

“We understand the problem,” Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Bender responded, “and we’re going to make it a priority.”

By David Olinger

The Denver Post
POSTED: 10/26/2011

At 72, Chief Justice Michael Bender retires according to an article written by Jordan Steffen Saturday, Jan 11, 2014. Years later our Probate Court is still broken.