News About Phil Cherner
News stories about Denver-based attorney at law, Phil Cherner, have appeared in a variety of media. Specializing in criminal defense and attorney grievance defense, Phil has often been mentioned by the press. Many published mentions have been about Phil Cherner's work with leading professional organizations or about humanitarian endeavors.
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Co-Chair: Justice Coordinating Committee
The purpose of the Denver's Crime Prevention and Control Commission (CPCC) Justice Coordinating Committee is to analyze the functioning of the criminal justice system at the seven major decision points, coordinate systems through technology, ongoing system mapping and make recommendations to the Commission about system-wide policy, intermediate sanctions and alternatives to sentencing, programmatic and operational improvements.
2005 Abolitionist of the Year: Phil Cherner
Diligent, determined and dedicated. That describes the work of a death penalty lawyer, and it definitely describes Phil Cherner. It is no surprise that the Coloradans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty have chosen him for the Abolitionist Award. ...
Beyond the Dunlap case, Phil's zeal for the defense of the poor and downtrodden is remarkable. In 2002, with the backing of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, he started the parole project. For the first year, he personally footed the bill for all of the collect calls that came in from clients at the Arapahoe County Jail. Even as we were in the throes of the Dunlap hearing, Phil spent time during lunch hours working on parole matters - pro bono, of course.
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