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Jennifer Zamarripa 

201 West 8th Street, Suite 490
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 924-8719
Fax: (719) 344-2272


Jennifer Zamarripa

     Jennifer Zamarripa is a Pueblo native who graduated from South High School with honors in 2000.  After attending college and law school, she returned to Pueblo to pursue her legal career.

     Prior to forming TurnerZamarripa, Attorneys at Law, Ms. Zamarripa was an Associate Attorney at BethartTurner, LLC.  Before her tenure at BethartTurner, Ms. Zamarripa was a deputy district attorney with Pueblo’s 10th Judicial District Attorney’s office for almost seven years.  During that time, she tried over 100 jury trials including homicides, assaults, sex offenses, DUIs, traffic, misdemeanors, and felonies.  She graduated from the University of Denver with honors with degrees in Political Science and Criminology in 2004.  During her undergraduate education, she was an active member of the Delta Zeta sorority and the Undergraduate Programs Board.  She interned in the Denver District Attorney’s Office as a victim advocate.


     Ms. Zamarripa attended the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver where she obtained her juris doctor.  Ms. Zamarripa attended the evening program and worked full-time during her tenure at the law school.  At DU, she participated in moot court and served as a senator and vice president of the Student Bar Association.  She graduated a semester early in December 2008.  While attending law school, she interned in the Denver District Attorney’s Office in both the County Court and Appellate divisions for almost 18 months.  She tried several jury trials and wrote briefs to the appellate courts and the Colorado Supreme Court.  

     Currently, Ms. Zamarripa is the Presidentof the Pueblo County Bar Association.  In the past she has served as an at-large member and the secretary of the bar association.  She has taught in the criminology program at Pueblo Community College and taught six years at the Pueblo Police Department’s police officer training course.  In 2014, she was appointed by the Colorado President of the Senate to the 10th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission, where she continues to serve.  She has previously served on the Pueblo County Community Corrections screening board.  In 2015, she won the Pueblo County Bar Association’s award for Outstanding Young Lawyer.

     Ms. Zamarripa has been married to her husband for over eight years and they recently welcomed their first child, a son.  



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