Colorado District Attorney fined $1,000 for breaking state disclosure law

As the chief prosecutor and enforcer of the law in Colorado’s twenty-two judicial districts, the District Attorney should be held to the highest standard in complying with the laws of our state. However, the District Attorney for Colorado’s 13th Judicial District, Brittny Lewton, was recently found guilty of violating state campaign finance disclosure laws and fined $1,000 for failing to follow the rules. The presiding Administrative Law Judge chastened the District Attorney in his ruling: … continue…

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Is a Colorado District Attorney Breaking the Law?

As the chief prosecutor and enforcer of the law in Colorado’s twenty-two judicial districts, the District Attorney should be held to the highest standard in complying with the laws of our state. However, the District Attorney for Colorado’s 13th Judicial District, Brittny Lewton, may have run afoul of the law as she seeks re-election to a second term. Campaign Integrity Watchdog was tipped off to DA Lewton’s apparent noncompliance with the transparency, disclosure and reporting … continue…

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