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DENVER –At the urging of Attorney General John Suthers, Commissioner of Education William Moloney today sent a copy of Colorado Revised Statute 27-2-108.5, concerning the proper and legal display of the flag of the United States, to all Colorado superintendents.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced that David Frisco, 48, of Loveland was sentenced to 12 years in prison for crimes relating to the operation of his bail bond business known as Colorado Bail Bonds, Golden West Bail Bonds, and Acoma Ten Percent Bail Bonds.

“The multiple offenses for which David Frisco was indicted reveal a disturbing pattern of criminal behavior,” said Suthers. “We were pleased to receive the maximum sentence possible.” Under the terms of the plea agreement, the maximum sentence Frisco could have received was 12 years.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 29, 2006

WHERE:

9:00 AM
Castle Rock Senior Center
2323 Woodlands Blvd, Castle Rock
Special Guests: District Attorney Carol Chambers,
Sheriff David Weaver

WHEN: Tuesday, March 28, 2006

WHERE:

9:30 AM
Water Valley/Pelican Banquet Room
1625 Pelican Lakes Drive, Windsor

WHEN: Monday, March 27, 2006

WHERE:

10:00 AM
Thornton Senior Center
9471 Dorothy Blvd, Thornton
Special Guests: Deputy Chief Randy Nelson

DENVER - Attorney General John Suthers today announced that the Denver District Court has dismissed the lawsuit challenging the adequacy of the State’s public school funding.

“The district court flatly rejected the argument that the current level of school funding in Colorado is unconstitutional,” said Suthers. “This decision is a victory for local control and for the idea that it is the responsibility of elected officials – not the courts - to decide how we fund public education.”

 

WHEN: Saturday, March 4, 2006 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
WHERE:

Pueblo Convention Center
320 Central Main Street

*The forum is open to the public and audience participation is welcome.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced that his office obtained guilty verdicts in a case involving a mother and daughter for the theft of seven horses from Kansas and Utah.

The Attorney General’s Office, with the assistance of the Colorado State Brand Board, investigated Donja Vaughn and her mother, Sharon Vaughn, for the theft of horses occurring in 2000 and 2002. A statewide grand jury indicted the pair for numerous counts of theft, theft of animals, forgery, attempt to influence a public servant and conspiracy.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today issued an advisory warning consumers about a scam in which consumers receive an email informing them of a tax refund. The email, which claims to be from the IRS, directs the consumer to a link that requests personal information such as a Social Security number.

This scam is a form of “phishing” in which the consumer is tricked into disclosing personal information. The information fraudulently obtained can then be used to steal the taxpayer’s identity and financial assets.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today released the Attorney General’s 2005 Annual Report, detailing the responsibilities and duties carried out by the Attorney General’s Office and outlining the office’s many achievements in 2005.

“During my first year in office, I was pleased to oversee accomplishments on many fronts, which would not have been possible without the outstanding work of our dedicated staff,” said Suthers.

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