July 19, 2019

Chad C. Miller Appointed to 4th Judicial District Court; John E. Scipione Appointed to 18th Judicial District Court

On Thursday, September 20, 2018, Governor Hickenlooper appointed Chad C. Miller to the 4th Judicial District Court and John E. Scipione to the 18th Judicial District Court. Miller will fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Hon. Theresa M. Cisneros, effective January 8, 2019, and Scipione will fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Hon. Kurt Horton, effective September 29, 2018.

Miller is currently at the Office of the State Public Defender in Colorado Springs, where he represents clients facing felony charges, including murder, sexual assault, kidnapping, child abuse, robbery, and other crimes of violence, and where he supervises other public defenders. Prior to his work at the public defender’s office, he worked at Sherman and Howard LLC and Hoffman, Reilly, Pozner, and Williamson LLP (now Reilly Pozner LLP). He received his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University and his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

Scipione is currently an Arapahoe County Court judge, where he oversees a docket of misdemeanor and traffic matters. Previously, he was a District Court Magistrate in the 18th Judicial District, and prior to his work as magistrate he was managing partner of the Denver office of Taussig, Scipione & Taussig, P.C. He has practiced in the areas of family law, dependency and neglect, criminal defense, commercial litigation, medical negligence, catastrophic injury and wrongful death, products liability, and employment/Title VII matters in both state and federal courts. He has also spoken at family law and litigation programs for CBA-CLE. He received his undergraduate degree from State University of New York at Binghamton and his law degree from the University of Colorado Law School.

For more information about these appointments, click here.

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