Colo. R. Civ. P. 231

As amended through Rule Change 2021(22), effective October 14, 2021
Rule 231 - Regulation Counsel; Duties and Powers

Regulation Counsel, appointed by the Supreme Court pursuant to C.R.C.P. 251.3, shall have the following duties and powers, in addition to those set forth in C.R.C.P. 251.3:

(a)
(1) To investigate and to assist with the investigation of all matters within the jurisdiction of the Committee, upon the request and at the direction of members of the Committee; to dismiss allegations as provided in C.R.C.P. 232.5(c); and to report to the Committee as provided in C.R.C.P. 232.5(d).
(2) To prepare and prosecute, or assist in the preparation and prosecution of, civil- injunction proceedings as provided in C.R.C.P. 234 to 237.
(3) To prepare and prosecute, or assist in the preparation and prosecution of, contempt proceedings as provided in C.R.C.P. 238 and 239.
(b) To maintain records in the office of the Committee, in an appropriately cataloged manner, of all matters coming within the jurisdiction of the Committee.
(c) To provide facilities for the administration of proceedings under these rules and for receiving and filing all requests of investigation and all complaints concerning matters within the jurisdiction of the Committee.
(d) To employ such staff, including investigative and clerical personnel, subject to approval of the Committee, as may be necessary to carry out the duties under these rules.
(e) To perform such other duties as the Chair or the Supreme Court may require.

C.R.C.P. 231

Source: IP amended and effective May 14, 1992; a amended and adopted December 14, 1995, effective January 1, 1996; IP and e amended and adopted October 29, 1998, effective January 1, 1999; IP, a, and d amended and effective October 29, 2001.