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DA Mark Hurlbert taking a new job on Front Range

District Attorney Mark Hurlbert, right, responds to questions about the arrest of Los Angeles Lakers' star Kobe Bryant during a news conference at the Eagle County Justice Center in Eagle, Colo., on Monday, July 7, 2003. Listening at left is Sheriff Joseph Hoy.   Bryant was arrested last week for investigation of sexual assualt charges that allegedly occured while he was staying a a resort in Edwards, Colo. Prosecutors need more time before deciding whether to bring charges against Bryant. (AP Photo/EdAndrieski)

District Attorney Mark Hurlbert, right, responds to questions about the arrest of Los Angeles Lakers' star Kobe Bryant during a news conference at the Eagle County Justice Center in Eagle, Colo., on Monday, July 7, 2003. Listening at left is Sheriff Joseph Hoy. Bryant was arrested last week for investigation of sexual assualt charges that allegedly occured while he was staying a a resort in Edwards, Colo. Prosecutors need more time before deciding whether to bring charges against Bryant. (AP Photo/EdAndrieski)

EAGLE COUNTY, Colorado – Mark Hurlbert, the outgoing district attorney for four mountain counties, will take a job as the second-in-command of the Arapahoe and Douglas county district attorney’s office.

Incoming 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler said Friday that Hurlbert will serve as assistant district attorney, managing the administrative functions of the office and serving as the district attorney in Brauchler’s absence.

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