Colorado Revised Statutes Constitution of 1876 Art. VI, § 21. Rule-making power
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The supreme court shall make and promulgate rules governing the administration of all courts and shall make and promulgate rules governing practice and procedure in civil and criminal cases, except that the general assembly shall have the power to provide simplified procedures in county courts for the trial of misdemeanors.
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