Lawyers for the University of Colorado told a judge they did not intentionally withhold documents from two women who sued the university over allegations they were sexually assaulted by football players and recruits.
Attorneys for two women whose recently dismissed lawsuit sparked the University of Colorado football scandal complained to a federal judge Thursday that school lawyers are seeking reimbursement for lavish spending.
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a pair of lawsuits filed against the University of Colorado by two women who say they were raped by football players or recruits in a case that ignited a recruiting scandal at the state's flagship school.
University of Colorado attorneys asked a federal judge Friday to seal the sworn testimony of a private investigator who looked into allegations the school used alcohol and sex to recruit football players.
The attorney for the only person charged in the University of Colorado football recruiting scandal asked a judge Friday to let him review some records of the grand jury that handed down the indictment.
A judge has rejected requests to unseal the grand jury investigation of the sex-and-booze scandal surrounding the University of Colorado football program, saying he could only release the report had no indictment been returned.