The Criminal Rules start at page 30.
One of the most notable changes is to the rule on Motions for Departure or Variance (D.C.COLO.LCrimR 32.1(c)). It now provides: “A motion for departure or variance shall not be included in a sentencing statement or other sentencing-related document. A motion for departure or variance shall be filed as a separate motion.”
The purpose of this rule change is to make sure a sentencing statement does not implicitly or explicitly move for a variance or departure. The sentencing statement can refer to such a motion, but cannot, itself, be the vehicle for the request. Put simply: in the District of Colorado, file your sentencing statements and your departure or variance motions separately.
Relatedly, U.S. District Judges Christine M. Arguello, William J. Martínez, R. Brooke Jackson, and Daniel D. Domenico have published revised criminal and civil practice standards. Be sure to check those out here.