It is hard to peek behind the judicial curtains to watch the wizards work. In this case, the wizard is the Attorney Regulation Counsel, and the work is investigations of attorney misconduct. Relying on the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), the trial court permitted access to most of the regulation counsel’s records related to an investigation of a number of attorneys. The court of appeals reversed. Although mentioning the conflict between the interest of disclosure and the interest of maintaining confidential information, in the end it was a matter of statutory construction. The court found that regulation counsel is part of the judicial branch, and CORA does not apply to the judicial branch. Therefore, regulation counsel’s records are not subject to disclosure under CORA. The Court’s own rules on access to judicial records might have applied, but they were not raised as an issue.