Verna L. Carpenter, Jefferson County Court Division E
Verna L. Carpenter is the Division E judge for the Jefferson County Court in
Colorado. She was appointed to the court in 2008. Carpenter was retained in the general election on November 6, winning 68.51% of the vote.
Carpenter received her undergraduate degree from Metropolitan State College of Denver and her J.D. from Creighton University School of Law.
Prior to joining the court, Carpenter served as a Chief Deputy District Attorney for the City and County of Denver.
Judge Carpenter received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Metropolitan State College of Denver and her law degree from Creighton University School of Law. She was appointed to the Jefferson County Court in 2008. Before her appointment to the court, Judge Carpenter was a Chief Deputy District Attorney for the City and County of Denver. She handles a mix of traffic, civil, and misdemeanor cases. Her community interests include serving as a volunteer with the elderly. She has been involved in numerous efforts to improve the legal community including judging moot court competitions, serving on the Criminal Justice Strategic Planning Committee and on the Youth Alcohol Intervention Committee.
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