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Diversity in the Courtroom Part 3 – An Interview with Judge Alfred Harrell Part 1

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For February’s interview portion of our series on Diversity in the Courtroom, we had the privileged of welcoming Honorable Judge Alfred Harrell into studio71. Judge Harrell has been a cornerstone of the legal community in the Denver metropolitan area for the last 40 years. He is a sitting judge for the Denver County Court, and has held this appointment since 1985. Judge Harrell also comes from a family rich in Colorado legal history. We hope that you enjoy Part 1 of this interview, and will check back next week for the Part 2 and conclusion of the interview with Judge Harrell.


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