News & Press Releases

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced a settlement between the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners and Denise Crute, M.D., a Pueblo neurosurgeon accused of violating the Colorado Medical Practice Act. The settlement follows the Attorney General’s filing of a 48-page formal complaint alleging Dr. Crute’s substandard care of 17 patients.Attorney General John Suthers today announced a settlement between the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners and Denise Crute, M.D., a Pueblo neurosurgeon accused of violating the Colorado Medical Practice Act.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced a settlement between the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners and Denise Crute, M.D., a Pueblo neurosurgeon accused of violating the Colorado Medical Practice Act. The settlement follows the Attorney General’s filing of a 48-page formal complaint alleging Dr. Crute’s substandard care of 17 patients.Attorney General John Suthers today announced a settlement between the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners and Denise Crute, M.D., a Pueblo neurosurgeon accused of violating the Colorado Medical Practice Act.

DENVER – Do you have questions about your credit report? Looking for some helpful tips on how to avoid home repair fraud? Ever wonder what you might need to know before investing in a franchise or business opportunity?Do you have questions about your credit report? Looking for some helpful tips on how to avoid home repair fraud? Ever wonder what you might need to know before investing in a franchise or business opportunity?

DENVER - Attorney General John Suthers, chair of the Governor’s Task Force on Sexually Violent Predators, commended the progress made by the Task Force following a meeting convened to identify and address deficiencies in the identification and notification of sexually violent predators.

DENVER - Attorney General John Suthers has established a Criminal Justice Subcommittee of the Governor’s Task Force on Sexually Violent Predators to immediately identify and address deficiencies within the existing system. The Subcommittee will also examine how critical information is shared among criminal justice agencies.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today released his office’s legal conclusions concerning the impact the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, Gonzales, et al. V. Raich, et al (03-1454) on the Colorado constitutional amendment to operate a medical marijuana program.

The Attorney General’s Office found that the Raich decision, which ruled federal authorities can prosecute people for use and possession of marijuana, does not directly impact the viability of the Colorado constitutional amendment or the enabling statute allowing the program.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced that a defendant in a multi-county case prosecuted by his office was sentenced on June 28 in connection to a basement finishing scam operation involving nearly 40 homes in the Denver metro area. Attorney General John Suthers today announced that a defendant in a multi-county case prosecuted by his office was sentenced on June 28 in connection to a basement finishing scam operation involving nearly 40 homes in the Denver metro area.

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today convened the first meeting of the newly-created Governor’s Task Force on Sexually Violent Predators.

"There is a consensus among the Task Force that the current system must do better at meeting the needs of our community," said Attorney General Suthers. "I look forward to working with the Task Force to ensure that current laws and regulations are being followed and I am confident that we will provide the Governor with recommendations to better protect the public from sexually violent predators."

DENVER – Attorney General John W. Suthers today issued the following statement regarding Sen. Wayne Allard’s proposed legislation concerning the acquisition of mineral rights at Rocky Flats:

DENVER – Attorney General John Suthers today announced that Aurora resident Louis Warren was sentenced in Jefferson County District Court to twenty-nine years in prison for his role in fraudulently obtaining and using fifty-seven credit cards. His accomplice, Juliet Warren, 35, was indicted and received a prison term of seventeen years in April.

Connect

Find Colorado State Attorney General on TwitterFind Colorado State Attorney General on FacebookColorado State Attorney General RSS feed