Judge Cindy Dang, Adams County Court Division 5
Judge Cindy Dang earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UC Irvine in 1994, and her Juris Doctorate from the Western School of Law in San Diego in 1996. In addition to representing clients in domestic, criminal, juvenile and immigration matters, she served as a guardian ad litem and child and family investigator as well as deputy DA in Colorado Springs prior to her appointment to the 17th Judicial District in 2013.
Ha Dang is currently a magistrate judge in the Seventeenth Judicial District,
where she mainly hears domestic relations cases. She was appointed as
magistrate in 2013. Prior to her appointment, she served as a guardian ad
litem and child and family investigator as well as deputy DA in Colorado
Springs. She was also in private practice, where she represented clients in
domestic, criminal, juvenile, and immigration matters. Ha Dang received her
undergraduate degree from the University of California at Irvine and her law
degree from the Western School of Law in San Diego.
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