K.J. Moore, Jefferson County Court Division F
K.J. Moore is the Division F judge for the Jefferson County Court in
Colorado. She was appointed to the court in 2008. Moore was retained in the general election on November 6, winning 71.96% of the vote.
Moore received her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado and her J.D. from the Vermont Law School.
Prior to joining the court, Moore served as a District Court Magistrate and a public defender.
Judge Moore received her BA degree from the University of Colorado and her law degree from the Vermont Law School. She was appointed to the Jefferson County Court in 2008. Before her appointment to the court, Judge Moore was a District Court Magistrate for the First Judicial District and a public defender. Her community service includes: chair and coordinator of the First Judicial District High School Mock Trial Tournament, chair of the Court Services Advisory Board, faculty member for Colorado Faculty Excellence in Judicial Education, a member of the Statewide Behavioral Transformation Counsel and Task Force Concerning the Treatment of Persons with Mental Illness in the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Systems, a member of the Executive Board of the Criminal Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and the Colorado Crisis Services Advisory Council.
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