Watch a Colorado court hear cases, live on stage

The Colorado Court of Appeals is going to put on a show.

The court will hear oral arguments in two cases next Tuesday, Oct. 18, before an audience of students and the public at Fairview High School in Boulder.

Two cases are on the docket. One’s about a car crash and the other is the appeal of the criminal trail of Jahmal Ali Price, who was convicted of criminal impersonation and illegal possession of a handgun. His attorneys argue that police officers stopped him without cause.

The oral arguments start at 9:30 a.m. and will be followed by question-and-answer sessions. It’s open to anyone.

Learning is fun!

Andrew Kenney

Author: Andrew Kenney

Andrew Kenney writes about public spaces, Denver phenomena and whatever else. He previously worked for six years as a reporter at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. His most prized possession is his collection of bizarre voicemail. Leave him one at 303-502-2803, or email