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Richard Radabaugh has served as a former Colorado Springs Police Officer and District Attorney with the 4th Judicial District. Richard has a solid reputation in our city as well as in the legal community built on commitment, personal involvement, and high ethical standards.

Richard excels in supporting his clients, understanding their needs, and creating long-term relationships built on trust. His specializes civil litigation, probate, D.U.I, family law, among other legal matters.

Richard has been a member of the Colorado Springs community for many years and is a graduate of the Denver University College of Law. He is a member of the Colorado and El Paso County Bar Associations as well as AILA – American Immigration Lawyer’s Association, and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.

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