|Rules of Criminal Procedure Committee|
There are fourteen members of the Criminal Rules Committee. The membership is comprised of District and County Court judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys. The committee of the whole meets approximately four times per year. There are a variety of subcommittees that meet to discuss changes to a particular rule or to discuss changes around a specific topic.
The Committee makes suggestions to the Supreme Court for changes to the Colorado Rules of Criminal Procedure. These rules govern the procedure in all criminal proceedings in all courts of record in Colorado. They are not applicable to municipal ordinances and charter violations. The Rules of Criminal Procedure are intended to “provide for the just determination of criminal proceedings. They shall be construed to secure simplicity in procedure, fairness in administration, and the elimination of unjustifiable expense and delay.” Rule 2, Colorado Rules of Criminal Procedure.
The Committee is currently chaired by Judge John Dailey of the Colorado Court of Appeals.
Members of the Committee
|Hon. John Dailey, Chair||Colorado Court of Appeals|
|Hon. Susan Fisch||Jefferson County Court|
|Hon. Shelley Gilman||2nd Judicial District Court|
|Hon. Morris Hoffman||2nd Judicial District Court|
|Matt Holman, Esq.||Appellate Division, Attorney General's Office|
|Abraham V. Hutt, Esq.||The Law Firm of Abe Hutt, PC|
|Steve Jacobson, Esq.||Collins, Rafik and Jacobson, LLC|
|Kevin McGreevy, Esq.||Ridley, McGreevy & Winocur, PC|
|Donna Skinner Reed||Jefferson County District Attorney's Office|
|Karen Taylor, Esq.||Appellate Division, Colorado State Public Defender|
|David Vandenberg, Esq.||Larimer County Deputy District Attorney|
|Robin Whitley, Esq.||Denver District Attorney's Office|
|Judge Deborah J. Grohs||4th Judicial District Court|
|Judge Dana Nichols||19th Judicial District|