I'm not going to agree with you on all of this, but I understand how one can get to where you are in relation to this situation. I've been improperly ticketed by a disturbed LEO that was in the middle of a third divorce and having a world of other problems when he mistakenly encountered me. But that is another story.They are counting on the convenience of a guilty plea vs. the inconvenience of a challenge and they win almost 100% of these against NRes. And they know this all too well. They are bottom feeders, with a forest Gump IQ.
Game Wardens are an arm of law enforcement. They are human beings and as fallible as the rest of us. They have good days and bad days, too. Some are going to be difficult, no matter what. Some will treat you fairly no matter what. We all have to deal with it.
What I want to learn (take from this situation) is how NOT to give any Game Warden an opening in the first place for a situation like this. I am wondering if, having taken a picture of the quarter with the proof of sex attached - while in the field and with the carcass in the background of the photo - would that have satisfied the need for proof of proper transport for Colorado law? The photo, if it had been taken, could then have been sent at the time that the GW requested it and yet not subjected the hunter to the issue concerning the other states laws.