Denver Private Investigator’s Blog

Premise Liability Fix for Recreational Access Targeted for 2024 Session

Amendments are needed to the 1977 Colorado Recreational Use Statute (CRUS) to provide more liability protection for landowners who allow the public free recreational access, landowners say. Colorado private investigators may want to keep an eye out on any proposed changes as it relates to premise liability investigations as part of civil litigation.


Colorado open records act highlights from June

There’s been some news of interest to private investigators related to the Colorado Open Records Act in June. Governor Polis signed a total of 437 bills from the 2023 legislative session. Among them is SB23-286, which provides updated rules related to CORA requests, a frequent activity of private investigators.

As a follow up to an earlier post on our private investigator’s blog, Polis signed ...

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New Book on JonBenet Ramsey Case Released Today

Today is the release date for the latest book on the JonBenet Ramsey case. Written by former El Paso County Sheriff John W. Anderson, the book, LOU AND JONBENET: A Legendary Lawman’s Quest to Solve A Child Beauty Queen’s Murder, the book explains the continuing efforts on the case started by legendary police detective and Colorado private investigator Lou Smit.