Judge Madoche Jean Adams County Court Division 7


Madoche Jean of Westminster will be the first Black judge in the 17th Judicial District, after Gov. Jared Polis appointed him on Friday to an open Adams County Court seat.

“It is one more barrier that has been overcome,” said Gary M. Jackson, a Denver County Court judge who has applauded the rate at which Polis has appointed judges of color. “I am sure that he will be a positive influence to his colleagues on the bench and a major asset to the citizens of Adams/Broomfield counties.”

Jean is currently a senior litigation associate at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP and was previously a deputy district attorney in Boulder. He graduated in 2010 from the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law. He is also first-generation Haitian American and is bilingual.

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