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Antrim, Marilyn 2006 Evaluation


Eighteenth Judicial District - District Court Judge

Honorable Marilyn Leonard Antrim

Retention Year: 2006
Recommendation: Retain


2006 Retention Survey Report (PDF)


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The Eighteenth Judicial District Commission on Judicial Performance recommends that Judge Marilyn Leonard Antrim BE RETAINED. The vote was unanimous.

Judge Antrim served as a District Court magistrate in Jefferson County from 1996 until her appointment to the Eighteenth Judicial District bench in March of 2003. Prior to this, she was an associate with the law firm of Kissinger & Fellman. She received her juris doctorate in 1989 from the University of Denver School of Law. She attended college at St. Mary of the Plains in Dodge City, KS graduating cum laude in 1972. Judge Antrim replaced the Honorable Thomas Levi when he retired from the bench. Serving in Arapahoe County her docket is a mixed docket of 40% Civil matters and 60% Criminal matters. This is her first review by the Commission.

The Commission conducts extensive research in making this recommendation, including use of surveys conducted on the judge, interviews with people involved in the courtroom, and personal observations in the courtroom.

Judge Antrim has extensive experience in the court as a Magistrate in Jefferson County. Her survey results positively reflect that experience. Among attorneys Judge Antrim score a high retention rate of 80% and among non-attorneys she scored a remarkable 98%. Comments from the survey were mixed however, most of them were very complimentary and evident that her court is one of efficiency and fairness.

The Commission finds that Judge Antrim should be retained.