May 24, 2019

Finalists Selected for Boulder County Court Vacancy

On Monday, August 31, 2015, the Colorado State Judicial Branch announced the selection of three candidates to fill a vacancy on the Boulder County Court, effective August 1, 2015. The vacancy was created by the appointment of Hon. Norma Sierra to the bench of the Twentieth Judicial District Court. The three nominees, selected on August 28 by the Twentieth Judicial District Nominating Commission, are Elizabeth H.M. Brodsky of Nederland, Jonathon P. Martin of Boulder, and Robert S. Shapiro of Louisville.

Elizabeth Brodsky has been a magistrate in the Boulder District Court since 2011, where she manages a domestic relations docket. Jonathon P. Martin is currently a Deputy District Attorney in the Twentieth Judicial District, and he previously handled commercial litigation, product liability litigation, and aviation disputes. Robert Shapiro is currently the First Assistant Attorney General for Special Prosecutions in the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.

Under the Colorado Constitution, the governor has fifteen days from August 31 in which to appoint one of the nominees to the Boulder County Court bench. Comments regarding any of the nominees may be emailed to the governor at gov_judicialappointments@state.co.us. For more information about the nominees, click here.

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