Mark Marrow Randall, Jefferson County Court Division G
Mark Marrow Randall is a judge on the Jefferson County Court in Colorado.
Randall was appointed by Governor Bill Ritter in September 2010 to succeed
Charles T. Hoppin. He was later retained by voters in 2014, winning a
four-year term that expires on January 7, 2019.
Randall received his undergraduate degree from Creighton University in 1985 and his J.D. from the University of Denver in 1988.
Prior to joining the court, Randall was a chief deputy district attorney in the First Judicial District. He also serves as legislative director for the Colorado District Attorney's Council.
Judge Randall was appointed to the Jefferson County Court in January of 2011. This is Judge Randall’s first performance review since his appointment. Prior to his appointment, Judge Randall served as a Chief Deputy District Attorney and as legislative director for the Colorado District Attorney's Council. He received his undergraduate degree from Creighton University in Nebraska and his J.D. from the University of Denver. His community service activities include serving on the Jefferson County Community Corrections Board, the County Court Judges Association, the District Bar Association, and the Colorado Probation Advisory Committee. Judge Randall is also active in a local rescue organization for abandoned puppies and dogs.
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