The Administration Division provides support to all employees throughout the District of Colorado.
The Appellate Division is responsible for all criminal and civil litigation before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, in consultation with the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
Asset Recovery Division
The Asset Recovery Division is responsible for the collections of federal debts and the forfeiture of assets related to criminal activity. The Asset Recovery Division’s primary objective is to use best efforts to divest criminals of their property and return it to victims of crime.
The Civil Division is responsible for representing the United States in civil matters. It defends federal agencies and employees in civil litigation, and brings civil actions to pursue damages and penalties for violations of federal law.
The Criminal Division of the Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Colorado prosecutes all violations of criminal federal law occurring within the State and District of Colorado.
The Executive Division consists of the U.S. Attorney, the First Assistant U.S. Attorney, two Deputy U.S. Attorneys, and the U.S. Attorney’s Executive Assistant. The Division includes the Division and Section Chiefs from other Divisions within the office. As a group, these managers make up the office’s Management Team.