Jamin M. Alabiso

Jefferson County Combined Courts, Div L and Y
Honorable Jamin Alabiso was born and raised in Western New York. He graduated magna cum laude from Plattsburgh State University in 1996 with a degree in accounting. He served as a Criminal Law Fellow, Editor of the Buffalo Criminal Law Review, and Member of the Buffalo Law Review at the University at Buffalo School of Law and graduated magna cum laude in 2000. From 2001 to 2012, Jamin worked as a Deputy District Attorney in both the 17th (Adams and Broomfield Counties) and 1st (Jefferson and Gilpin Counties) Judicial Districts. He was a dedicated juvenile court prosecutor in the 17th Judicial District for five and a half years, and in 2009, he received the 17th Judicial District's Ed Towey Award for outstanding service to crime victims. Jamin was appointed as a Magistrate in the 1st Judicial District in 2012. He currently has a County Court Docket. Jamin has previously had domestic relations, juvenile delinquency, dependency and neglect, and truancy dockets. With the assistance of the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice and other critical stakeholders, Jamin formed the 1st Judicial District Racial and Ethnic Disparities Committee in 2016 to better understand and mitigate racial and ethnic disparities in juvenile justice and child welfare. He serves as the Co-Chair of this Committee. Jamin is the judicial representative on the Colorado Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Council. He also is a member of the Colorado Disability Bar Association and is committed to ensuring that all persons, including those with disabilities, can access and meaningfully participate in our legal system.