Justice Brian D. Boatright

Would grant certiorari on the following issues:

In re the Marriage of Sheppard, III, Court of Appeals Case No. 10CA2596 (October 15, 2012)

Whether the court of appeals misapprehend, and thus fail to address, petitioner’s argument that the district court’s finding that her reasonable medical expenses would increase in the future improperly burden any effort she might make in the future to modify maintenance if her needs increased?

Judicial Watch, Inc. v. John Gleason, Attorney Regulation Counsel, Court of Appeals No. 11CA930 (November 19, 2012)

Whether the Judiciary is not part of the State for purposes of the Colorado Open Records Act and, therefore, is not subject to statute.

In re the Marriage of: Petitioner Edith Dell Johnson Locklear, n/k/a Edith Dell Johnson, and Respondent: Dannie Preston Locklear, Court of Appeals Case No. 11CA1638

Whether a party is entitled to attorney fees and a property allocation if that party establishes a prima facie case of a common law marriage at trial, as set out in C.R.S. section 14-10-108 and C.R.S. section 14-10-119, even if the party does not eventually prevail in the overall case.

Rebecca Leonard v. State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance, Court of Appeals Case No. 11CA2633 (February 10, 2014)

Whether the court of appeals erred in deciding that plaintiff did not recover a final judgment in excess of her offer of settlement under C.R.S. section 13-17-202(1)(a)(I), by limiting the calculation of plaintiff’s final judgment to include only: (1) the verdict, (2) pre-offer prejudgment interest and (3) pre-offer costs. In ruling that only plaintiff’s pre-offer costs would be included in the final judgment the court of appeals imposed a requirement that does not exist in the statute, or the terms of plaintiff’s offer of settlement. Plaintiff’s final judgment, including the verdict, pre-offer prejudgment interest together with either her actual costs, or the court award costs, exceeded the offer of settlement.

Whether the court of appeals erred in affirming the award of costs to defendant, because even if it is a prevailing party, it is not entitled to an award of costs because it rejected plaintiff’s offer of settlement and accrued great liability under the judgment.

Whether the court of appeals erred in finding that the trial court applied the appropriate legal standards in denying most of plaintiff’s actual costs.

Cheryl Higham, v. Eve Bluestein, M.D., D.D.S., Court of Appeals Case No. 12CA565

Whether the district court erred in denying the petitioner’s Petition for Review and adopting the Order of the Magistrate dated January 11, 2012.

Whether the district court erred in granting the respondent’s Motion to Strike plaintiff’s Offer of Proof ordering that the Offer of Proof and all exhibits be stricken from the court record and not considered for any purpose.

Whether the district court erred in granting the respondent’s Motion for Summary Judgment.

In re the Marriage of Petitioner: Carlton Paul Johnson, Jr., and Respondent: Kay Jean Johnson Court of Appeals Case No. 13CA337 .

Whether the failure to object to an exhibit offered and accepted by a trial court for a limited non – evidentiary purpose constitutes a failure to preserve the issue of the evidentiary use of said exhibit for appeal.