17th Judicial DA

District Attorney Brian Mason to Moderate Panel Discussion with Families Impacted by Fentanyl at Colorado Fentanyl Summit

June 1, 2022

Brighton, CO — On Thursday, June 2, 2022, 17th Judicial District Attorney Brian Mason will moderate a panel discussion with families who have been impacted by the fentanyl crisis in Colorado. The panel is part of the two-day Colorado Fentanyl Summit in Denver. The 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office (Adams and Broomfield, CO) and District Attorney Mason are a co-chair of the summit. DA Mason will also be providing closing remarks on Friday afternoon. 

District Attorney Brian Mason and Families Impacted by the Fentanyl Crisis


"Through the Eyes of Victims" Panel Discussion

Thursday, June 2, 2022, 3:15pm-4:15pm

Denver Art Museum
100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway, Denver, CO, 80204 
South Pavilion Room
The panel discussion is not open to the press; however, DA Mason and some family participants on the panel will be available to discuss the event after its conclusion at 4:30pm outside of the front doors of the Welcome Center at the Denver Art Museum. 
Media members interested in speaking to this group after the panel discussion are asked to RSVP to da17media@da17.state.co.us. Plan to gather outside of the front doors of the Welcome Center at the Denver Art Museum at 4:30pm for media availability with those who took part in the panel discussion. 
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District Attorney Mason assumed the oath of office on January 12, 2021. The 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office endeavors to seek justice on behalf of the citizens of Adams and Broomfield counties in felony and misdemeanor cases. DA Mason and his staff are dedicated to transforming the criminal justice system to better serve the citizens of the 17th Judicial District.

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