Darryl F. Shockley, ’02, was appointed as a judge to the Second Judicial District Court by former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. Shockley had been a chief deputy district attorney in the Denver District Attorney’s Office, where he served in the economic crimes, family violence and gang units. He has been a prosecutor for 14 years and spent many years focusing on white collar crimes, including computer crimes, embezzlement, identity theft, securities fraud, and organized crime. Before becoming a DA, Shockley was a civil defense litigator with White and Steele, where his practice included construction defect litigation and medical malpractice. He filled a vacancy created upon the retirement on December 31, 2018, of the Hon. William Robbins.