Financial Expenditures Related to Arapahoe County Case 2012CR1522
The District Attorney has received numerous public records requests related to expenditures in Arapahoe County Case 2012CR1522. In an effort to efficiently and accurately respond to such requests, and to reduce staff time related to responding to such requests, the District Attorney will post information related to expenditures on this website, and will direct persons making public records requests on this issue to this page prior to filing additional requests pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act.
This page will be updated monthly, subsequent to the District Attorney’s Office reconciles its monthly accounting.
Except as noted specifically in the spreadsheet, and with the exception of District Attorney George Brauchler, who took office in January of 2013, and former District Attorney Carol Chambers, whose term of office expired at the same time, employees of the District Attorney's Office – including prosecutors, investigators and support staff, working on the Aurora Theater Shooting case – were employed prior to the events of July 20, 2012 and have continued to serve in those same positions during the pendency of this case. These salaries are not inclusive or specific to the trial of 12CR1522. The salaries would have been incurred regardless of the punishment sought or length of the proceeding.
District Attorney George Brauchler
Chief Deputy District Attorney
Senior Deputy District Attorney
Deputy District Attorney
The following employees were hired as a direct result of this case.
The Colorado General Assembly provides funds called “mandated costs” related to the prosecution of criminal cases in Colorado. These costs are for items such as expert witness expenses, subpoena service costs, and other expenses incidental to the trial process. The State reimburses the District Attorney for such costs.
To date, the District Attorney has incurred $220,478 in mandated costs, and the State has allocated a total of $775,000 in mandated costs related to this case.
State of Colorado Mandated Costs
The District Attorney’s Office has incurred $12,809 in travel expenses.
FEDERAL VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANT THROUGH THE COLORADO DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFICE OF VICTIM’S PROGRAMS
The District Attorney has received a federal grant for the purposes of providing services to victims in this case, with a total grant of $1,576,360.09. Thus far, $684,688.41 has been expended pursuant to this grant.
The following file was created using Microsoft Excel, Microsoft provides a free Excel viewer, it can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10
Click here to download: 2015 Budget vs Actual Grants.xlsx
Expenses Reimbursed by Federal Office Of Victims Of Crime (OVC) Grant, paid for with federal, not local, funds
Salaries (DA and 4 Victim Witness Advocates)
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