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DURANGO – U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn today announced that experienced prosecutor R. Josh Player has joined the Durango Branch Office of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado. Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) Player comes to Durango after serving as a Deputy District Attorney in the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office. During that time, AUSA Player also served as a Special Tribal Prosecutor for the Ute Tribe on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation, Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Nation, and Ely Band of Shoshone for certain matters. This experience provides AUSA Player with an important background that will help him address issues that arise in the Durango Branch Office, which prosecutes criminal cases from the Ute Mountain Ute or the Southern Ute Indian Tribes. AUSA Player joins existing AUSA Jeff Graves, Paralegal Amy Connor and Contract Legal Assistant Loana Serrano in the Durango Office. The Durango Office is a branch office for the District of Colorado, which has another office in Grand Junction and headquarters in Denver.
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U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Colorado
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