Cindy Lowery-Graber worked at top Denver firms before her 30-month suspension.
So Many Roads was shut down last November due to cocaine dealing, then reopened and sold beer to an underage cadet.
Bachar, 57, faces 2-6 years in prison and $183,000 in restitution. Sentencing is Nov. 6.
The plea, which is likely to result in prison time, would cancel a Sept. 26 trial.
Friday’s hearing ends Dragul’s criminal cases. A civil trial is scheduled for next month.
In May, Colorado’s Secretary of State touted the creation of 155,000 new LLCs in 11 months. Her office now says 10 percent were fraudulently created.
The Beckers bought a 27,000-square-foot estate for $2.5 million. Now, they’re suing the sellers and their real estate agents.
Tenants sue an insurer after an Aurora explosion, an allegedly shoddy apartment complex is built in Highlands, and more.
2235 Arapahoe has been a vacant and collapsing industrial building, a failed ax-throwing location, a never-opened hostel, a biohazard, a homeless encampment and a victim of four fires.
The Omni was 43-percent occupied between mid-2021 and mid-2022, according to its appeal paperwork, or well below a market average of 58 percent.