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Mr. Brauchler graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder twice, earning his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Political Science and graduating from the Law School in 1995. Following graduation, Mr. Brauchler worked as a prosecutor in Colorado’s First Judicial District (Jefferson and Gilpin Counties) from 1995-2001, and again from 2002-2006. Mr. Brauchler has been involved in several of the state’s most publicized criminal cases, including the Columbine massacre and the Kobe Bryant case. Today (when not serving on active duty with the U.S. Army), Mr. Brauchler is in private practice in Denver.
Mr. Brauchler has become one of the most prolific lecturers and trainers on trial advocacy in the nation. He has been fortunate to develop a broad range of teaching and lecturing experience locally, nationally, and internationally. In addition to serving as an Adjunct Professor at both the University of Colorado School of Law and the University of Denver College of Law, Mr. Brauchler has been a frequent faculty member for the National District Attorneys Association at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina and for the National College of District Attorneys at their conferences nationwide. As a prosecutor, Mr. Brauchler was a regular speaker for the Colorado District Attorneys Association and received their Outstanding Faculty Award in 2003.
Mr. Brauchler continutes to lecture for the state prosecution councils of Colorado, Texas, Idaho, Utah, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Delaware. Mr. Brauchler continues to serve as faculty for various programs sponsored by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, as well as area police and sheriff academies.
Mr. Brauchler is an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve, who is currently serving on his second mobilization since 2001. Prior to Mr. Brauchler's current assignment as the Chief of Military Justice for the 4th Infantry Division and Ft. Carson, he served as a Professor in the Criminal Law Department of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School in Charlottesvill, Virginia, where he taught trial advocaty to JAG officers from each of the military services.
Mr. Brauchler continues to lecture internationally for the U.S. Army Trial Counsel Assistance Program and is a regular lecturer/trainer for the U.S. Naval Justice School and the U.S. Air Force JAG School, training military, naval, marine, and air force JAG officers in the development and refinement of trial advocacy skills.
Mr. Brauchler has conducted over 140 trials, including Colorado criminal and civil cases and military courts-martial.
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