Deborah J. Grohs
|Deborah J. Grohs|
|Current Court Information:|
|Colorado Fourth Judicial District|
|Appointed by:||Gov. Bill Ritter|
|Past post:||Attorney, Private Practice|
|Bachelors:||Western Michigan University, 1982|
|Law School:||Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1985|
Deborah J. Grohs is a judge on the 4th District Court, Division 18, in Colorado. She was appointed to this position on September 28, 2007. She was retained in 2010 to a six year term that ends on December 31, 2016.
Grohs has worked as a public defender for the counties of Douglas, Lincoln and Elbert, a supervisor at the Colorado Springs Public Defender's Office and a public defender in Chicago, IL. Prior to her judicial appointment in 2007, she worked as a private practice lawyer, specializing in criminal defense, and a mediator for the Office of Dispute Resolution.
Awards and Associations
- President, Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court
- Member, Office of Dispute Resolution Advisory Board
- Member, Events Committee, Pike Peak Habitat for Humanity 
- Main article: Colorado judicial elections, 2010
Grohs was recommended for retention by the Colorado Office of Judicial Performance Evaluation.
- Read the performance review here.