Justices: Colorado policy on court fees unconstitutional

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Colorado’s practice of not automatically refunding court fees and other costs to people convicted of crimes but later exonerated violates the Constitution. The 7-1 decision sided with two people whose convictions for sexual offenses were later thrown out. One paid about $700 in court fees, including victim […]

This content is only available to subscribers.

Login or Subscribe

Comments are closed.