Tag Archives: The Judicial Integrity Project

  1. Join us Wednesday night on F.A.C.E.U.S. with Robin and Lulu Host Colorado Attorney Chris Forsyth formed The Judicial Integrity Project on Law Day, May 1, 2015. The sole focus of The Project is to improve the judicial system by removing conflicts of interest, increasing accountability and transparency. Click on the Link Below!

    April 19, 2017 by Lulu

    Join us Wednesday night on F.A.C.E.U.S. with Robin and Lulu Host Colorado Attorney Chris Forsyth formed The Judicial Integrity Project …
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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. Despite 19 people testifying in support and only 4 against. The Judicial Performance Reboot Bill HB16-1235 was cut down along party lines. The House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs is known as the “Kill Committee”

    April 10, 2016 by Lulu

    House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs known as the “Kill Committee” has been active killing Bills we support this session. …
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  4. Big news! A bill to revise the judicial performance commissions — the 23 commissions responsible for advising you whether you should, or should not, retain a judge — has been introduced in the legislature.

    February 10, 2016 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project February 7 at 8:26am · Big news! A bill to revise the judicial performance commissions — …
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  5. 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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  6. 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 …
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  7. TOGETHER, WE CAN DO THIS! Step 3 done for The Honest Judge Amendment to be put on the ballot. Petitions are now available for download at www.judicialintegrity.org

    December 13, 2015 by Lulu

     Step 3 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. Petitions are now available for download at www.judicialintegrity.org. Download. Print. Obtain signatures. …
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  8. Step 2 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. We have a title! The Honest Judge Amendment met the single subject requirement because it simply transfers the power to discipline judges to the Independent Ethics Commission.

    December 4, 2015 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project   December 2, 2015 Step 2 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. We have a title! We …
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  9. The Judicial Integrity Project Important Dates. If you know of a group or are part of a group that would like to see a presentation from The Judicial Integrity Project, please let us know!

    November 30, 2015 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project Here are some dates we have on the calendar: Monday, November 30, 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. …
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  10. The Judicial Integrity Project. Improving the justice system is our priority. The Honest Judge Amendment needs your help!

    November 17, 2015 by Lulu

    Colorado ranks 22nd in U.S. population, but in the discipline of judges Colorado ranks 48th.  Why?  Colorado’s judicial discipline system …
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