DENVER —The Colorado Drug Investigators Association, at its annual conference in Breckenridge, has recognized Colorado Attorney General John Suthers for his dedication to enforcing drug trafficking laws and educating about the effects of illicit drug use. The association also thanked Suthers for his efforts to improve Colorado’s narcotics laws and related public policy issues, including medical marijuana.
“We have done excellent work in the Attorney General’s Office to make Colorado a safer, more drug-free place,” Suthers said. “This recognition underlines the excellent work my office does every day in prosecuting drug cases and combating the trafficking of methamphetamine and other dangerous drugs through partnerships with organizations like the CDIA”
The Colorado Drug Investigators Association also recognized Adams County District Attorney Don Quick during the conference for his work to improve Colorado’s drug laws, including Colorado’s medical marijuana laws.
Suthers, Colorado’s 37th Attorney General, has served as the U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado, District Attorney for the 4th Judicial District and the director of the Colorado Department of Corrections.