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1 Oral Argument: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Bailiff: Bailiff: Chief Justice Rice Chambers 9:00 a.m. 2016SC637 (44 Minutes) Coloradans for a Better Future, Campaign Integrity Watchdog. For the Petitioner Coloradans for a Better Future: Samuel B Gedge Paul M Sherman INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Mario Daniel Nicolais KBN LAW LLC For the Respondent Campaign Integrity Watchdog: Matt Arnold, Pro Se For Amicus Curiae Center for Competitive Politics: Tyler Lero Martinez Allen Dickerson CENTER FOR COMPETITIVE POLITICS For Amicus Curiae Colorado Secretary of State Matthew David Grove Grant Thomas Sullivan Frederick Richard Yarger COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LAW Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2014CA2073 Docketed: August 11, 2016 For Amici Curiae Diana Brickell, Karen Sampson Tammy Holl: Clifford Lee Beem A Mark Isley BEEM ISLEY P.C. A. Louisa Brooks Robert Walker WILEY REIN LLP Whether the court of appeals erred in concluding that pro bono reduced-cost legal services are 'contributions' within the meaning of Colorado's campaign-finance laws.

2 Oral Argument: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Bailiff: Chief Justice Rice Chambers 9:45 a.m. 2017SC149 (44 mins) Campaign Integrity Watchdog, LLC (CIW), Respondents: Alliance for A Safe Independent Woodmen Hills (ASIWH) Political Committee, Colorado Office of Administrative Courts, Colorado Secretary of State. For the Petitioner Campaign Integrity Watchdog, LLC (CIW): Matt Arnold, Pro Se For the Respondent Alliance for A Safe Independent Woodmen Hills (ASIWH) Political Committee: Allan Lemont Hale Ryan Richard Call Peter Krumholz Richard Allen Westfall HALE WESTFALL LLP For the Respondents Colorado Office of Administrative Courts Colorado Secretary of State: Matthew David Grove COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF LAW Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2016CA280 Docketed: March 2, 2017 At Issue: March 10, 2017 Whether an administrative law judge ( ALJ ) erred in concluding that funds raised by a political committee to help pay its legal fees in defending itself against a campaign finance complaint do not qualify as reportable contributions under Colorado s campaign finance laws. Whether the ALJ erred in concluding that funds spent by the political committee on said legal fees do not qualify as reportable expenditures under campaign finance laws.

3 Oral Argument: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Bailiff: Bailiff: Chief Justice Rice Chambers 10:30 a.m. 2015SC469 (1 HOUR) The People of the State of Colorado, James Willard Washam, III. For the Petitioner The People of the State of Colorado: Kevin E. McReynolds COLORADO ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE For the Respondent James Willard Washam, III: Michael Zwiebel SPRINGER AND STEINBERG P.C. Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2013CA758 Docketed: June 5, 2015 Whether the court of appeals erred by creating a statute of limitations exception to this court's Crim. P. 7(e) jurisprudence -- effectively designating any trial amendment of the date of an offense an impermissible 'substantive' amendment.

4 Oral Argument: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Bailiff: Chief Justice Rice Chambers 1:30 p.m. 2015SC535 (44 MINUTES) The People of the State of Colorado, Franck Arm Belibi. For the Petitioner The People of the State of Colorado: John T. Lee OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL For the Respondent Franck Arm Belibi: Peter Bernard Albani ALBANI LAW LLC M Colin Bresee LAW OFFICES OF M. COLIN BRESEE Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2014CA1239 Docketed: June 25, 2015 Whether the court of appeals erred in holding that a restitution order is presumed final not subject to modification. Whether C.R.C.P. 60(b) applies to a restitution order.

5 Oral Argument: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Bailiff: Chief Justice Rice Chambers 2:15 p.m. 2015SC518 (44 MINUTES) Carlos Meza, The People of the State of Colorado. For the Petitioner Carlos Meza: Kelson Brion Bohnet COLORADO STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER For the Respondent The People of the State of Colorado: Katherine A Hansen Elizabeth Harrison McCann OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY Certiorari to the District Court, Denver District Court, 2014CV33017 Docketed: June 23, 2015 [REFRAMED] Whether the district court erred in concluding that the county court's initial restitution order did not set the 'final amount of restitution due' under section (3)(a), C.R.S. (2015). Whether the district court erred in concluding that an increase to a restitution order did not violate section , C.R. S. (2015), when the People knew the amount of the victim's actual loss, neither the trial court nor the People ever made specific reference to the trial court's knowledge.

6 Oral Argument: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Bailiff: Justice Coats Chambers 9:00 a.m. 2016SC596 (1 HOUR) Mesa County Public Library District, Respondents: Laurie A. Gomez Industrial Claim Appeals Office. For the Petitioner Mesa County Public Library District: Michael Craig Santo BECHTEL SANTO For the Respondent Laurie A. Gomez: Anna Itenberg KARP NEU HANLON For the Respondent Industrial Claim Appeals Office: Emmy Ashmus Langley OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL For Amicus Curiae Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association Susan R Hahn LAW OFFICE OF SUSAN R. HAHN LLC Barry D Roseman ROSEMAN LAW OFFICES LLC Marisa Louise Williams WILLIAMS RHODES LLP Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2015CA966 Docketed: July 28, 2016 [REFRAMED] Whether the court of appeals erred in construing section (4), C.R.S. (2016), to mate that a separated employee be entitled to a full award of unemployment benefits upon a finding that she was physically or mentally unable to perform her work, even if her acute anxiety depression resulted from her employer's justifiable dems that she perform. [REFRAMED] Whether the court of appeals erred in limiting the proximate cause of the claimant's separation to her final failure to perform, therefore in finding the reason for her debilitating physical or mental condition too attenuated from the proximate cause of her separation to establish fault.

7 Oral Argument: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Bailiff: Justice Coats Chambers 10:00 a.m. 2014SC517 (30 MINUTES) Monica Roberts, The People of the State of Colorado. For the Petitioner Monica Roberts: Yona Porat Chad Clayton Miller Tracy C Renner Deputy Public Defender Office of the Public Defender For the Respondent The People of the State of Colorado: Katherine Jean Brownlow Doyle Jon Baker OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY Certiorari to the District Court, El Paso County, 2013CV31542 Docketed: July 8, 2014 [REFRAMED] Whether a defendant may assert self-defense as an affirmative defense to the specific intent crime of harassment under section (1)(a), C.R.S. (2014).

8 Oral Argument: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Bailiff: Justice Coats Chambers 10:30 a.m. 2013SC1017 (1 HOUR) Petitioner/Cross- The People of the State of Colorado, Respondent/Cross- David Bueno. For the Petitioner/Cross-Respondent The People of the State of Colorado: Jennifer Gilbert George Herbert Brauchler OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY David Christopher Jones DAVID C JONES ATTORNEY AT LAW For the Respondent/Cross-Petitioner David Bueno: Karen Noelle Taylor Deputy Public Defender OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2010CA2114 Docketed: December 31, 2013 Whether, as Crim. P. 33(c) requires a motion for new trial based on newly discovered evidence to be filed as soon after 'entry of judgment' as to facts supporting it become known, 'entry of judgment' occurs when the court accepts the jury's guilty verdict, or whether it does not occur until sentencing'such that the defense can delay filing the motion' if the defendant has yet to be sentenced. Whether, as Crim. P. 16(I)(a)(2) requires prosecutors to 'disclose' material that tends to negate the accused's guilt, that requirement is satisfied where the prosecution possesses a copy, the defense team reviews the material at the investigating police agency but does not seek to obtain a copy. [REFRAMED] Whether, in Colorado, where a court may grant a motion for new trial based on newly discovered evidence only if the evidence, if presented at a new trial, would 'probably' produce an acquittal, a court can grant such a motion without reciting that stard without making findings that would satisfy that stard.

9 Oral Argument: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Bailiff: Justice Coats Chambers 1:30 p.m. 2016SC444 (1 HOUR) Victor Engl, Respondents: Amerigas Propane Indemnity Insurance Company of North America. For the Petitioner Victor Engl: Dean S Neuwirth DEAN NEUWIRTH P.C. For the Respondents Amerigas Propane Indemnity Insurance Company of North America: Joshua Darwin Brown LEE KINDER LLC For Amicus Curiae CDLE Division of Workers Compensation Emmy Ashmus Langley OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL For Amicus Curiae Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Donald A. Kaade Patrick Terrence O'Rourke OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY COUNSEL For Amicus Curiae Pinnacol Assurance Harvey D Flewelling PINNACOL ASSURANCE For Amicus Curiae Workers Compensation Education Association John M Connell BURG SIMPSON ELDREDGE HERSH JARDIN Thomas Dean Neville OGBORN MIHM LLP Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2015CA1210 Docketed: June 6, 2016 Whether the court of appeals erred as a matter of law in interpreting the matory form settlement documents promulgated by the Division of Workers' Compensation to waive an injured worker's statutorily protected right to reopen a settlement based on mutual mistake of material fact.

10 Courts in the Community - Pueblo SUPREME COURT, STATE OF COLORADO Oral Argument: Thursday, May 4, :15 a.m. 2014SC870 (1 HOUR) The People of the State of Colorado, Susan Leigh Stock. For the Petitioner The People of the State of Colorado: Carmen Moraleda Assistant Attorney General Office of the Attorney General For the Respondent Susan Leigh Stock: Kielly McKee Dunn Deputy Public Defender Office of the Public Defender Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2011CA1271 Docketed: November 6, 2014 At Issue: February 22, 2017 Whether a police officer's entry into the defendant's hotel room constituted an unreasonable entry that violated the Fourth Amendment, where the officer was invited by the defendant's father the defendant herself consented to the entry.

11 Courts in the Community - Pueblo SUPREME COURT, STATE OF COLORADO Oral Argument: Thursday, May 4, :30 a.m. 2016SC388 (1 HOUR) Maria Lopez, individually as mother next friend to N.M., a minor child, Alexer S. Trujillo. For the Petitioner Maria Lopez, individually as mother next friend to N.M., a minor child: Russell R Hatten James H Chalat CHALAT HATTEN BANKER PC For the Respondent Alexer S. Trujillo: Erica O. Payne Kristi Ann Lush ZUPKUS ANGELL PC For Amicus Curiae Colorado Civil Justice League Margaret Louise Boehmer Lee Allen Mickus TAYLORANDERSON LLP For Amicus Curiae Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Echo Dawn Ryan William B. Ross MONTGOMERY LITTLE SORAN PC Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals, 2014CA2494 Docketed: May 18, 2016 At Issue: February 22, 2017 [REFRAMED] Whether the court of appeals erred by holding that a dog owner does not owe a duty of care to a child pedestrian who, frightened by the owner's dogs, ran into the street sustained injuries from a passing vehicle.

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