GET TO KNOW
Whether it is learning a new cooking method, how to weld, or how to operate a sewing machine, Mitch's innate curiosity and his desire to learn and understand how things work are never ending.
If you don’t find Mitch in the kitchen, he might be out in the garage rebuilding an old car engine, or standing in a river waving around a fly rod.
Mitch and his wife Emily live in Fort Collins, where they have raised five wonderful children.
EXPERIENCE AND COMMITMENT
Through three decades with the District Attorney’s Office, Mitch's wide range of prosecution experience includes DUIs, domestic violence, embezzlement and white-collar crimes, sexual assaults of children and adults, child abuse, burglary, robbery, and murder, among others.
Mitch began his career as a Deputy District Attorney, handling a county court docket of misdemeanor and traffic cases, then juvenile cases, adult felonies in District Court, and then the Special Victims Unit prosecuting cases involving sexual assault and crimes against children.
Mitch was promoted to supervise other attorneys in the office, first as Chief of County Court, then Chief of District Court, supervisor of the Special Victims Unit, and eventually assisting in managing the entire District Attorney’s office, a staff of over eighty people, as Assistant District Attorney.
As Assistant District Attorney under Cliff Riedel, Mitch has been involved in administering a budget of over $8,000,000 which has, year after year, returned funds to the county.
Mitch has always sought justice based on the unique circumstances of each case, while working to ensure the rights of victims, protect the public, and rehabilitate defendants.
MITCH HAS WORKED TO DEVELOP POLICIES AND PROCEDURES TO
IMPROVE THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO.
HELPING TO DRAFT AND
to address issues important to the citizens of this state in collaboration with the Colorado District Attorney’s Counsel Legislative Committee.