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Seventeenth Judicial District - Broomfield County Judge


Reports:
2004 Retention Survey Report

Honorable Randall J. Davis

Retention year: 2004
Recommendation: Retain

The Seventeenth Judicial District on Judicial Performance recommends that Judge Randall J. Davis BE RETAINED.

After serving as an Adams County Magistrate for 14 years, Judge Davis was appointed as the Broomfield County Court Judge in November 2001. As the sole judge in Broomfield, Judge Davis is responsible for civil, misdemeanor, felony criminal, traffic and juvenile cases.

The State of Colorado recently commissioned a survey of attorneys and non-attorneys that have appeared in Judge Davis' courtroom. The results indicate that 97% of responding attorneys and 90% of responding non-attorneys (including plaintiffs, defendants, jurors, law enforcement and crime victims) recommend Judge Davis be retained. Judge Davis generally scored at or above the average for all county court and district court judges on each of the 71 survey questions. Non-attorneys generally rated him slightly higher than did attorneys.

The Seventeenth Judicial District Commission on Judicial Performance interviewed Judge Davis to discuss his performance and the survey results. The Commission concurs with the majority of survey comments that Judge Davis is professional, intelligent, thoughtful, fair and courteous. The Commission therefore recommends that Judge Davis be retained.