Keyword: 17th Judicial District
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Two charged in Brighton fentanyl death

  District Attorney Brian Mason filed charges against two adults in connection with the death of their 1-year-old daughter earlier this year in Brighton. more

Aranda draws 24-year sentence in death of pedestrian

BRIGHTON -- A 28-year-old man plead guilty to a charge of second-degree murder in the death of 68-year-old Debra  Blanchard and drew a 24-year sentence in the Department of … more

Former 27J employee accused of sexual assault

All of 27J Schools are very sad and angered by the alleged inappropriate relationship of a former employee with a student. Based on the charges brought against the defendant, we find this situation … more

Restorative justice key in Mason’s office

The subject of restorative justice took a chunk of the center stage during 17th Judicial District Attorney Brian Mason’s “Coffee with the DA” discussion at Reunion Coffee House in Commerce City … more

Westminster man sentenced to life without parole after murder conviction

A 40-year-old man was sentenced to two life-in-prison-without-the-possibility-of-parole sentences for his first-degree murder conviction late last year. An Adams County District Court jury … more

Webster defense team steps down; trial continues March 28

BRIGHTON – The next installment of the murder trial of Jeremy Webster takes place Feb. 3 after the defendant's lawyers stepped down. Webster is accused of murdering a 13-year-old during a … more

Ex-Adams County sheriff''s sergeant convicted in sex-assault case

  Sentencing for a former Adams County Sheriff's Department sergeant is set for 9 a.m. April 7. in connection with a sex-assault conviction.   An Adams County jury also returned a … more

DA Mason talks shop at Commerce City coffee house

Brian Mason, the district attorney for the 17th Judicial District, stopped by the Reunion Coffee House for a “Coffee with the DA” program Jan. 25. He drank tea instead.  Mason talked about the … more

From caterpillars to butterflies to the District Attorney

An art display by middle school artists meant to evoke life during COVID will transform into a traveling display at the Adams County District Attorney’s office. More than 200 Roger Quist Middle … more
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