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Council Appoints Loretta Huffine as Presiding Municipal Judge

Post Date:09/28/2022

Loretta Huffine appointed presiding municipal judgeFollowing an extensive recruitment process, the Littleton City Council has selected Loretta B. Huffine to be Littleton's Presiding Municipal Judge. Huffine was among 17 applicants for the position created by the retirement of Judge Ethan Feldman who announced his intention to retire in July effective September 30. Judge Huffine will begin her new role on October 1. Huffine has been the deputy presiding judge for the Littleton Municipal Court since 2017.

Huffine's exemplary judicial career has included roles as a municipal judge for the City of Aurora for almost 30 years, a prosecutor for Englewood Municipal Court, a deputy district attorney for the 18th Judicial District, and nearly a decade in private practice. Judge Huffine earned her juris doctor from the University of Denver and her bachelor's degree with honors from the University of Maryland.

Among the many accolades she's earned in her prestigious career are: Humanitarian of the Year from the Aurora Chamber of Commerce (1996), Chair of the Aurora Gang Task Force (1989-1996), and President of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association (1985-1986).

"I couldn't be more pleased with the selection of Judge Huffine as Littleton's next presiding judge. During her distinguished career she has proven to be an innovator in judicial processes while demonstrating compassion for those who appear before her," said Mayor Kyle Schlachter. "The city council and I look forward to her leading our municipal court into the future," he added.

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