Aspen Times – DA likely won’t oppose record-sealing request

District Attorney Sherry Caloia said Wednesday that her office likely won’t oppose former murder suspect Nancy Styler’s request to have the law enforcement records pertaining to her case permanently sealed from public access. A motion filed with the Pitkin County District Court on Monday by Styler’s attorney, Beth Krulewitch, seeks the sealing of “any and all records” affiliated with the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office case, including information from the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office, the Pitkin County Jail, the Aspen … Continued