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Legal Lasso: Suthers Keeps It Interesting Edition

So much to talk about this morning: Suthers is running for mayor of Colorado Springs; Welker is suspended for some aggressive partying; and exonerations are happening left and right around the country. Happy Wednesday!

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Legal Lasso: Archeological Mysteries Revealed Edition

The real estate and legal communities are both mourning this morning after the tragic plane crash that killed a local real estate attorney. In other headlines, what Colorado political races are other states watching? And is a nationwide pay raise for first year associates eminent?

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Legal Lasso: Everybody’s Working For The Weekend Edition

It’s the last long weekend for a while, so we’re ready to get our work done and head for the hills. In today’s headlines, cops shoot a woman and then charge the man they were aiming for with murder, Hick is not behind the eight ball, and a judge stops a bid for a special prosecutor in the Aurora Theater shooting case.

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Legal Lasso: Who You Gonna Call Edition

We’re headed to press a day early this week, so things are bit hectic in our office (also a little cramped). In today’s legal headlines, a civil rights suit is now pending against Denver cops (who incidentally have also asked to camera up). In other news, debates for Senate, Governor and others are scheduled and we’re curious where all the women candidates have gone?

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Legal Lasso: Shocked By Yesterday’s Storm Edition

While yesterday’s storm may have shocked us a bit more than we’d have liked, today’s headlines are a bit more disconcerting — battles over leg room, the return of TABOR suits and the Xcel/Boulder fight continues.

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Legal Lasso: National Dog Day Edition

There are rumors that Gov. Hickenlooper might grant clemency in the Nathan Dunlap case, but we want to know about Wayne Thomas (if you don’t know who he is, read this week’s paper). Happy Tuesday!

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Legal Lasso: Tejay Is The Man Edition

Welcome back to the work week you all…In today’s headlines, the 10th Circuit is going to decide a voting case that will have national implications, the local EPA is dealing with some potty issues and a banished CU professor is seeking $2 million from the school.

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Legal Lasso: Show Me The Mo’ne Edition

Two big sporting stories to start your day. In today’s legal headlines, one local murder suspect is now accused of feigning incompetency, SCOTUS delays marriages in Virginia, and a gubernatorial trial is getting ugly.

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