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Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office – Colorado Open Records Act

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Citation

CCDC v. Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office, 2012cv244

Issues

CCDC sent a CORA request to the Sheriff on January 24, 2012, requesting any records the Sheriff has regarding providing sign language interpreters to inmates or arrestees who are deaf.  We then sent a Notice regarding the request. The Sheriff did not respond to the requests so CCDC had no choice but to file an Application to Show Cause Why Pueblo County Sheriff Should Not Permit Inspection of Records.

Status

Upon the filing of the Application, Pueblo County responded and was able to reach a settlement with CCDC.  The case has been dismissed

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