You Can Help!

Here are our ideas on things you might choose to do to help the Jury Rights Project spread its word and educate people not only about the Laura Kriho case, but the threat to a fair trial by jury across the United States. Your action, no matter what it is, will help!

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor are a good way to educate a lot of people for very little money. Letters can express opinions or be used to educate the public about jury issues. Letters should be 200-250 words. Include your address & phone number for verification. If you'd like help with letter writing, a good resource is the Media Awareness Project.

Contact the Colorado Officials Involved

Colorado Commission on Judicial Discipline
1301 Pennsylvania St. #260
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 837-3601
(File a letter of complaint against Judge Henry Nieto and his unprecedented conviction of Kriho. Send a copy to him as well.)

Honorable Henry Nieto
1st Judicial District
Jefferson County Justice Center
100 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
Caution
: any perceived or implied threats against any person or property can be prosecuted.

Governor Roy Romer
State Capitol Building
200 E. Colfax, Denver, CO 80203
(303) 866-2471
1-800-283-7215
Email: romer@governor.state.co.us

Dave Thomas, District Attorney
1st Judicial District
Jefferson County Justice Center
500 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
We suggest you ask the D.A. to stop prosecuting jurors.

Colorado State Legislators
(303) 866-4865 or (303) 866-4866
State Capitol Building
200 E. Colfax, Denver, CO 80203
Also ask your local representatives and senators to sponsor legislation to limit judicial contempt powers against jurors.

Provide Legal Assistance

Offers of legal assistance from serious attorneys can be made to Paul Grant (303) 841-9649.

Contribute to the Laura Kriho Defense Fund:

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