DISTRICT ATTORNEY RESIGNS TO PURSUE VOLUNTEER AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

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Image Source: Colorado.gov | Brett Barkey
Image Source: Colorado.gov | Brett Barkey

Steamboat Springs, Colorado – Today, District Attorney Brett Barkey sent a letter of
resignation to Governor Polis with an effective date of July 1, 2019.

DA Barkey stated, “It has been the highlight of over three decades of public service to lead the
dedicated team of professionals in this office. However, volunteer and educational opportunities
made this the right time to hand off the office to its next leaders.”

DA Barkey continued, “I recommended to Governor Polis in the strongest terms that he appoint
Assistant District Attorney Matt Karzen to take my place. ADA Karzen came to Steamboat
Springs to attend high school in 1980 and brings over 25 years of prosecution experience to the
job. The office could be in no better hands.”

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