Problem Solving Court Advisory Committee
Membership and Responsiblities

The Problem Solving Court Advisory Committee is made up of judges and Judicial Branch staff who are appointed to two-year terms by the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court.  The Committee is responsible for developing effective procedures and evidence-based practices for developing and maintaining problem solving courts throughout the Colorado court system. 

The current membership of the Committee and its responsibilities are provided by Chief Justice Order.

 

 


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