DENVER — Colorado 's Solicitor General Dan Domenico will be Washington next week to argue a case before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Domenico will represent the state in a case involving a state inmate who's challenging his conviction in the slaying of an assistant manager at a pizza shop in 1986. Federal assistant public defender, Kathleen Lord, is representing the inmate.
The AG's office says the state last argued before the Supreme Court in 2008 when Attorney General John Suthers presented Colorado's case in a water dispute with Kansas. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor for Colorado in the case.
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