Serving the citizens of Clear Creek, Eagle, Summit and Lake Counties


Bruce Brown has served as the elected District Attorney for the Fifth Judicial District since 2013. During his tenure, Brown has been dedicated to victims’ services and a renewed focus on juvenile diversion, emphasizing principles of restorative justice and crime prevention. One of the latest innovations in prosecution services is co-sponsoring a “Life Skills” course, designed to steer youth away from criminal activity, which in 2013 was implemented in Eagle County and continues to expand.

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Mission StatementThe Office of the District will strive to always:

  • Do the Right Thing
  • To the Right People
  • At the Right Time
  • For the Right Reasons

DA5 News

Grand County Commissioner Pleads “No Contest” to Embezzlement, Resigns Office

November 20, 2015 • Press Releases

Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo.– In Grand County District Court, County Commissioner James Newberry, a four-term office holder first elected in 1996, pleaded “no contest” today to the charge of embezzlement of public property (a class five felony), before Senior Judge Ruckriegel. On Wednesday, the now former Commissioner submitted his resignation from office. “The integrity of […]

Haley Stanfield Guilty of Charges of Child Abuse Resulting in Death of 16-month Old Logan Borchick

November 11, 2015 • Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2015 Contact: PIO, John Bryan (478) 954-1909 (in for Tom Kelly until mid-Dec) Haley Stanfield Guilty of Charges of Child Abuse Resulting in Death of 16-month old Logan Borchick Olsen’s Sentencing Hearing is November 16th at 10:00 a.m. GEORGETOWN, COLORADO – Haley Stanfield of Idaho Springs, mother of a […]

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