Colorado has one of the highest incarcerations rates in the United States
Colorado’s incarceration rate of 506 per 100,000 is much greater than the collective 50-state (462) and
Western states (458) average
In Recent Law Reviews in Colorado it shows that 97% of the time a prosecutor in Colorado bypasses the Grand jury Indictment system and prosecute capital or infamous felony crimes by an "Information", which is a misdemeanor, charging document used to prosecute less serious offenses than felonies
"That until otherwise provided by Law no person shall for a felony be proceed against criminally otherwise than by Indictment …"
An Indictment for felonies is required in the entire State of Colorado, so by a prosecutor using any other charging instrument ("Information") to prosecute a felony offense it makes the charging document NULL & VOID, and violates U.S. Citizens (Substantive & Procedural) Due Process Rights set forth in Article 2, section 25, of the Colorado Constitution
When a prosecutor uses any other charging instrument other than an Indictment for felonies, the Court exceeds its jurisdiction/authority to proceed against a U.S. Citizen in Court .
According to Article 2, section 26, of the Colorado state constitution it prohibits slavery unless dully (correctly) convicted. Without an Indictment by a Grand Jury for a felony offense the district court never had authority to proceed against a U.S. Citizen and there never were any charges to face. So a conviction without an Indictment, subjects a U.S. Citizen to Involuntary Servitude/slavery, which violates an Individual citizens Human & Civil Rights under the 13th and 14th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution and Article 2, Section 26, of the Colorado State Constitution.