Letter to the editor: Elect George Brauchler

Posted 10/30/18

Elect George Brauchler Courtroom experience is critical for our next attorney general. George Brauchler has tried hundreds of cases, many high-profile. Ninety percent of the positions in the …

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Letter to the editor: Elect George Brauchler

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Elect George Brauchler

Courtroom experience is critical for our next attorney general. George Brauchler has tried hundreds of cases, many high-profile. Ninety percent of the positions in the AG’s office require courtroom experience.  

As district attorney for nearly one million people, more than 1 in 6 Coloradans, George has led his office’s efforts to make our community safer by creating a human trafficking unit, setting up an elder-abuse unit to protect the vulnerable in our community, and combating the black market marijuana industry.

As a member of the U.S. Army Reserve, George has been mobilized to active duty twice since 9/11.  Most recently, he has served as the chief of military justice for Fort Carson and the U.S. Division-North, 4th Infantry Division in Tikrit, Iraq. He is a colonel in the Colorado Army National Guard serving as a legal advisor for NORAD/NORTHCOM.

The attorney general defends our laws against onerous regulations and appears in court to defend our water and other natural resources. Courtroom experience is not a footnote; litigation is the backbone to the AG’s office.

It is a clear choice. George is the only candidate who has the right experience to serve as Colorado’s next attorney general.

Amy I. W. Byczkowski

Parker

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