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Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman Congratulates Senior Assistant Attorney General Patricia Herron on Appointment to 18th Judicial District Court

DENVER – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman commends Senior Assistant Attorney General Patricia Herron on her appointment to the 18th Judicial District Court. Herron has been employed with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office since July 2002.

“Congratulations to Pat on this tremendous honor. I am confident that she will continue to serve the People of Colorado on the bench as she did during her 14 years at the Department of Law, with vigor and a keen love of the law,” said Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman. “I am proud of Pat and each of our attorneys who work every day to ensure Coloradans are represented fairly and ethically under the law.”

Herron currently works in the Tort Litigation Unit of the Civil Litigation and Employment Law Section, and represents the Division of Risk Management, state agencies and state employees. She handles a wide variety of personal injury, property damage, civil rights and constitutional cases brought in state and federal courts. While in the Attorney General’s Office, she amassed an impressive record of advocacy in trials and appeals.

Prior to her employment with the Colorado Department of Law Herron served as a district court judge in Oklahoma, including a term as Chief Judge, and was the City Attorney of Norman and Moore Oklahoma. Pat is also an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation.

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