Dawn Rodgers focuses her practice on family law and criminal defense. She obtained her bachelor degree in sociology from Colorado State University with honors and obtained her law degree from the University of North Dakota in 2008. In law school she received an award for scholastic excellence in advanced legal research from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Immediately after graduation from law school, she clerked for Judges Kaup and Williams in the 8th Judicial District (Larimer County). Dawn served as deputy district attorney for the 19th Judicial District (Weld County), where she prosecuted numerous DUIs, traffic offenses and other misdemeanors. She also served as a special prosecutor in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has extensive training and experience in cases in domestic violence and highly contentious parenting time matters, having worked for another law firm before joining Kokish & Goldmanis, P.C. She also worked as staff attorney to Bringing Justice Home, giving legal advice to victims of domestic violence.
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