Colorado has paid more than $1.6M to prosecute inmate accused of killing correctional officer
PUEBLO, Colo. — The Colorado Department of Corrections has paid more than $1.6 million to a district's attorney's office to prosecute an inmate accused of killing a correctional officer and attacking a another one. The Pueblo Chieftain reported Monday that the billings by 16th Judicial District Attorney James Bullock cover legal fees for prosecuting 40-year-old Miguel Contreras-Perez from October 2012 to July 1, 2019.