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Law Talk Colorado, a Law Talk Global Network brand

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Law Talk Colorado is a 501c3 nonprofit media network purposed with engaging public awareness of Colorado laws -- bringing together journalism and local legal experts (attorneys, law enforcement, judges, legislators, policy makers, et al) to cut through the noise and get to the laws that matter to Coloradans.

Law Talk Colorado is a 501c3 nonprofit media network purposed with engaging public awareness of Colorado laws -- bringing together journalism and local legal experts (attorneys, law enforcement, judges, legislators, policy makers, et al) to cut through the noise and get to the laws that matter to Coloradans.

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United States

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Law Talk Colorado is a 501c3 nonprofit media network purposed with engaging public awareness of Colorado laws -- bringing together journalism and local legal experts (attorneys, law enforcement, judges, legislators, policy makers, et al) to cut through the noise and get to the laws that matter to Coloradans.

Language:

English

Contact:

970.424.0033


Episodes

014. Colorado Women’s Bar Association President 2020 Miranda Hawkins on Leadership

9/21/2020
Lead Beyond is this year’s theme for Colorado Women’s Bar Association CWBA, the second largest women’s bar association in the nation. Listen in on this delightful and inspiring episode recorded September 2020 as Law Talk Global Network founder Krystyn Hartman visits with CWBA Board President 2020 Miranda Hawkins, an estate planning attorney with the law firm of Goddard & Hawkins in Cherry Creek, on the magic behind the ongoing success of the organization. “We added 71 new members just this...

Duration:00:46:20

013. Conversations: Trauma & The Law: "Policing" With Chief Doug Shoemaker

8/15/2020
First in our Trauma & The Law Conversations series, Law Talk Colorado founder Krystyn Hartman sits down with Grand Junction Police Chief Doug Shoemaker in Western Colorado to learn about "Trauma In Policing," as a starting point, timely on the heels of passage of Colorado Senate Bill 20-217 to Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity. "I do bristle a little bit when they say that it is all a policing problem," Shoemaker explains. "No, I think there's a societal problem. And is that societal problem...

Duration:00:40:44

012. Rural Colorado: ACTION 22 on the Gallagher Amendment & a National Popular Vote

7/29/2020
Colorado is a dynamic state of unique communities from high-density metro to cozy mountain towns to remote rural areas across the state. In this episode, Law Talk Colorado news anchor Angeline Roles visits with Sara Blackhurst of ACTION 22, a coalition of 22 counties in Southeast Colorado comprised primarily of small rural communities. Blackhurst speaks openly about the financial crises facing rural communities "if something isn't done about Gallagher," referring to Colorado's Gallagher...

Duration:00:34:00

011. Colorado Senate Bill 20-217 to Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity: A Closer Look

7/17/2020
Colorado Senate Bill 20-217, referred to as the "Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity" bill "concerning measures to enhance law enforcement integrity," passed with a 53-13 vote and was signed by Governor Jared Polis on June 19, 2020. Listen in on this special episode as Law Talk Colorado board director Adrian Romero interviews Denver Civil Rights attorney Laura Wolf, partner in Wolf Guevara LLP, who explains what this landmark bill means to both law enforcement and citizens. For example,...

Duration:00:31:31

010. Protesting in Colorado? Know Your Rights

6/8/2020
Check out this important and timely episode on protestor rights as Law Talk Colorado news anchor Angeline Roles interviews attorney Hannah Proff, who is founder of LYRIC (Learn Your Rights In the Community), a 501c3 organization purposed with educating youth on their basic Constitutional rights under the law. From what you do and do not have to provide if asked by police at a protest (whether a minor or adult), to possible impacts when "parents step in to help," to questions on filming and...

Duration:00:57:31

009. Remembering the Golden Age of Baseball with attorney and son of The Natural Ted Waitkus

6/6/2020
Get your baseball season opening fix with this delightful extended episode with Law Talk Colorado anchor Michael Moran who sits down with Boulder Attorney Ted Waitkus, son of Eddie Waitkus, the baseball player who the fictional character Roy Hobbs in the movie The Natural was based on, as portrayed by Robert Redford. Listen in as Waitkus discusses the real story behind the movie -- including clarifying that in the movie his dad's character was shot by his stalker with a pistol, while in real...

Duration:01:09:32

008. Is REPEAL the solution to Colorado's Gallagher Amendment property tax problem?

6/4/2020
Second in our ongoing series about the Gallagher Amendment's property tax impact on Colorado communities, Law Talk Colorado News Anchor Angeline Roles interviews Colorado State Senator Bob Rankin of Carbondale who argues that repeal of Gallagher is the most practical next step in solving the problem. A complicated issue that bumps into TABOR, the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights, Senator Rankin explains that rural communities are going to be hit the hardest because the State can't continue to cover...

Duration:00:31:55

007. Back to work in the Age of COVID19: Changing rules & guidelines for Colorado employers and employees

5/5/2020
Join us as Law Talk Colorado news anchor Angeline Roles interviews employment law attorney Dave Scanga, partner with Hoskin Farina & Kampf, about new rules, guidelines, and resources for Colorado employers and employees to consider as businesses reopen in the Age of COVID-19. Scanga shares, for example, that some businesses have designated COVID-19 mitigation teams comprised of several employees to monitor guidelines and distribute the updates and company policy guidelines throughout the...

Duration:00:34:55

006. Property tax impacts on local communities after 35 years of Gallagher Amendment policies

4/30/2020
If you own or are planning to own property in Colorado, listen in on this extended episode of Law Talk Colorado as news anchor Angeline Roles interviews Reeves Brown of Building A Better Colorado who explains the 1982 Gallagher Amendment to Colorado's state Constitution and the unforeseen consequences of policies driven by the Amendment over the decades since. Brown, formerly with Club 20 (a coalition of western Colorado counties that, as a group, give voice to rural communities when it...

Duration:01:06:50

005. Local Law Enforcement & COVID19 with Mesa County Sheriff Matt Lewis

4/24/2020
Listen "beyond the soundbite," as Law Talk Colorado news anchor Michael Moran talks with Western Colorado's Sheriff Matt Lewis of Mesa County in this extended podcast episode. Sheriff Lewis shares insights into the new challenges, approaches, and discusses interpretations of the state's rulings relevant to law enforcement in this time of COVID19. An excellent followup to episode #4 featuring Grand Junction's Police Chief on the public safety aspects of the COVID19 rulings as the two agencies...

Duration:01:07:32

004. Public safety & COVID19 with Police Chief Doug Shoemaker of Grand Junction

4/21/2020
Join Law Talk Colorado news anchor Michael Moran as he visits with Grand Junction Police Chief Doug Shoemaker about the challenges and incident management approach taken by the Grand Junction Police Department dealing with the social and public impacts of COVID19. One of many advantages of podcasting is the ability to interview magazine style, which allows us the opportunity to get to know the legal experts as they share relevant aspects of their own stories. For example, we learn in this...

Duration:00:34:40

003. Gender equity, the economy, and public policy: Discussion with Denver-based Pipeline Equity CEO Katica Roy

4/17/2020
Welcome to episode #3 of Law Talk Colorado, a Law Talk Global Network brand. Listen in on the conversation between Law Talk Colorado news anchor Angeline Roles and gender economist Katica Roy, founder and CEO of Denver-based Pipeline Equity, as they discuss the relationship between gender, the economy, and public policy — with particular attention paid to the timing and impacts of COVID19. Pipeline Equity's AI platform was named one of Time Magazine's Most Innovative of 2019; and Fast...

Duration:00:43:14

002. How is COVID19 impacting divorce filings, child custody, and domestic violence cases in Colorado?

4/16/2020
Join Law Talk Colorado news anchor Michael Moran as he interviews Lakewood family law attorney Hannah Westmont in this special extended program about the spike in divorce filings and child custody cases, as well as domestic violence concerns, in Colorado since the onset of COVID19. Hannah Westmont is partner in the law firm of Polidori, Franklin, Monahan & Beattie LLC. She serves on the board of directors of the Colorado Women's Bar Association and was awarded First Judicial District Bar...

Duration:01:03:32

001. Power of Attorney basics: Medical & Financial + Law Talk Colorado founder explains the brand's purpose

4/14/2020
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Law Talk Colorado, a Law Talk Global Network brand. For our first episode, news anchor Angeline Roles explores "Power of Attorney basics: Medical & Financial," with Western Colorado attorney Barbara Butler, partner in the law firm Dufford Waldeck in Grand Junction. In the midst of the COVID19 pandemic, what happens if you or a loved one suddenly takes ill? Butler discusses the basics of both Medical and Financial Powers of Attorney. The show closes with...

Duration:00:47:18