There was also a mention that the Attorney General's office has been appointed by the Governor to continue with the murder case here...Rocky Mountain News
The Denver Post
A Colorado Supreme Court office is investigating whether two former Larimer County prosecutors engaged in ethical misconduct in building the 1999 murder case against Tim Masters, according to sources involved in the inquiry.
The Supreme Court's Office of Attorney Regulation is examining issues ranging from the withholding of evidence to potential conflicts of interest involving Terry Gilmore and Jolene Blair, who prosecuted for the slaying of Peggy Hettrick. Both are now district judges in Larimer County.The Supreme Court office moved to investigate the case on its own accord, without receiving a complaint, sources said. If probable cause of a violation is found against either or both of the former prosecutors, a panel headed by the Supreme Court's presiding disciplinary judge would ultimately determine whether Gilmore and Blair violated professional standards.....