Letter to the editor: Say no to Brauchler

Posted 10/3/18

Say no to Brauchler George Brauchler, Republican candidate for attorney general, touts himself as an experienced leader worthy of that position. Here are some examples of his leadership, experience …

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Letter to the editor: Say no to Brauchler

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Say no to Brauchler

George Brauchler, Republican candidate for attorney general, touts himself as an experienced leader worthy of that position.

Here are some examples of his leadership, experience and judgment as DA for JD18.

The CO Supreme Court upheld a state law regarding life sentences for inmates convicted as juveniles.  George Brauchler had challenged that law. Judgment?

A mistrial was declared in the case of the death of a Colorado State Trooper in Douglas County, part of JD18, because the prosecution failed to disclose critical information to the defense. Experience?

As DA, George Brauchler’s office suppressed hundreds of active felony cases.  This only changed when the Denver Post exposed this practice. Leadership?  

Spending over $3 million of taxpayers’ money to go for the death penalty for James Holmes, only to settle for the deal that was offered before the trial. Judgment?

Colorado can’t afford this kind of ”leadership”, “experience” and “judgment” in the attorney general’s office. 

Lynne Popkowski

Littleton

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