A Rule Against Pretext, Taken Out Of Context

Law360, New York (February 15, 2017, 12:52 PM EST) -- A week before Christmas, many Coloradoans woke up to news that left them wondering how a grievance filed with the Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, which investigates and prosecutes violations of the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, had resulted in the shutdown of a popular and highly successful investigative unit that protects children from internet predators.

Mike and Cassandra Harris developed the Child Sex Offender Internet Investigations Unit (CSOII), informally known as CHEEZO, in 2005. Housed in the offices of the Jefferson County District Attorney, the Harrises and another investigator pose as children online to engage, identify and...

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