Judge dismisses Strudley lawsuit

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Silt Mesa family’s suit against Antero dismissed

In the article, Strudley’s attorney says, “we are looking at our options for appeal” — a ray of hope. I’m not a lawyer but for the past year and a half I have been involved in the courts on a personal matter. I have witnessed several judges’ attitudes, behavior, and decision-making processes. In my case judges were sloppy, distracted, and in one instance didn’t read my lawyer’s brief.  I noticed that judges tend to ignore the specifics of the cases. Instead they adhere to their own judicial template and make sure their rulings are similar in related cases. Must drive attorneys insane.  Point being, it could be as simple — and as complicated — as getting the Strudley lawsuit in front of a different judge. Keeping my fingers crossed …

*Update*
I did some googling. Judge Ann Frick was appointed to the Denver District Court bench in April 2010. Prior to that — since 1995 — she was a partner in at Jacobs, Chase, Frick, Kleinkopf & Kelly. This firm is so exclusive you need a username and password to access their website. However it says here on page 2 they represent oil & gas.

 

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