Colorado Post-Conviction Bail, Referendum C (1994)
The Colorado Post-Conviction Bail Referendum, also known as Referendum C, was on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Colorado as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure denied bail to felons convicted of violent felonies and specified the conditions under which bail would be denied after conviction for other felonies.
|Colorado Referendum C (1994)|
Election results via: Colorado Legislative Council
Text of measure
|“||An amendment to section 19 of Article II of the constitution of the state of Colorado, denying bail to felons convicted of violent felonies and specifying the conditions under which bail shall be denied after conviction for other felonies.||”|
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