In Colorado state law, isolation and quarantine can be applied to humans, animals, or plants. This issue brief focuses on human quarantines and provides a brief history of their use, as well as a discussion of state and federal law governing quarantine in Colorado.
This memorandum discusses Colorado law concerning the expungement of juvenile delinquency records, including the offenses that may not be expunged. It also covers the sealing of adult arrest records, criminal records other than convictions, and conviction records.
In Colorado, there are formal complaint processes to review the conduct of attorneys and judges and to administer discipline when warranted. Additionally, voters can choose whether to retain or dismiss judges who are up for retention in an election. This issue brief provides an overview of these complaint and retention processes.