By Julia Cardi
This month’s episode of HearSay is less complex than the multi-source stories I put out every few months. The Colorado Supreme Court started hearing cases again in September after its summer break, so I talked with a lawyer who follows the court pretty closely about a few important cases in the new session.
For this appellate court preview episode, I talked to Chris Jackson at Sherman & Howard. One big case this session involves a lawsuit against Colorado’s high-capacity firearms magazine ban. Another one looks at whether the state Open Meetings Law applies to the whole Department of Public Health and Environment.
I like using Chris as a source because he always has a fountain of thoughts to share about whatever case we’re discussing. He’s also always willing to speculate about what he thinks a court might do in a case or why it made a decision the way it did. I really appreciated Chris’ time and insight on this topic.
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