Served: Douglas Bruce

(Anyone else reminded of that terrible movie with “Kramer” called “Trial and Error“?   – promoted by Colorado Pols)

Hot off the press … state attorney regulators close the deal, according to Law Week Colorado.

While in court Friday for trial in his TABOR lawsuit against the state, anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce was served with a Colorado Supreme Court order to show cause why he shouldn’t be enjoined from practicing law without a license.

Bruce was notoriously difficult to serve in an administrative case last year, in which it took the attorney general’s office two months and more than 30 attempts to serve him with a subpoena.

Full story here:…

Earlier story here:…

7 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Gray in the mountains says:

    serve him every time he goes to court

  2. Served to defend the legality of his law practice while practicing law.

  3. Barron X says:


    It seems he has forgotten the timeless advice “Non illigitamus carborundum,”

    because it looks like they have, in fact, gotten to him.


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