DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers praised Gov. Bill Ritter’s decision to sign Senate Bill 241, commonly called Katie’s Law, today, calling it a step forward for public safety in Colorado.
“There was much discussion in the last legislative session about solving cold cases. Katie’s Law undoubtedly will give Colorado law enforcement an important tool to solve these cases,” Suthers said. “The DNA database the Colorado Bureau of Investigation will build under Katie’s Law promises to help inject new life into cases that have long grown cold.