Tag Archives: Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline
The 20th Judicial District (Boulder) Judicial Performance Commission held a public hearing May 15, 2018 to receive comments about judges. They’re not required to hold a hearing. And after recent statutory revisions, public hearings aren’t recommended anymore. The judges up for retention this year are: District Court Judges Thomas Mulvahill and Norma Sierra, and County Court Judges David Archuleta and Elizabeth Brodsky.
May 20, 2018 by Lulu
The commission held a public hearing on May 15, 2018, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Courtroom F at the …
The state commission that recommends whether voters should keep or fire judges up for retention elections in Colorado wants to make some changes to help voters decide. F.A.C.E.U.S. advocates, Coffergroup, The Fourth Branch, Transparent Courts, Judicial Integrity Project and Matt Arnold Clear The Bench showed there support for new change in the way judges are retained in Colorado. The question now is “what changes do we want?”
December 7, 2016 by Lulu
Next with Kyle Clark Panel eyes changes to Colorado judge reviews Brandon Rittiman, KUSA In a public hearing Monday, the …
A Bill For An Act. HOUSE BILL 16-1235 Judicial Performance Reboot Bill will be heard April 4, 2016 at 1:30 in the Legislative Service Building. F.A.C.E.U.S. Advocates Support This Bill. Change Starts Here!
March 25, 2016 by Lulu
HOUSE BILL 16-1235 House Committees Senate Committees State, Veterans, & Military Affairs A BILL FOR AN ACT CONCERNING A REPRESENTATIONAL …
NO ACCOUNTABILITY: Colorado Supreme Court Justices, like Chief Justice Nancy Rice, write rules for judicial discipline despite working as state judges.The Honest Judge Amendment would curb the judicial discipline system’s conflict of interest and move judicial discipline to the states’ Independent Ethics Commission.
January 7, 2016 by Lulu
Photo by Arthur Kane COURT ETHICS: The Colorado Supreme Court overseas the department that investigates judges, but a Denver attorney …