U.S. Senate confirms Jason Dunn as next U.S. Attorney for Colorado

The U.S. Senate has confirmed Jason Dunn as the next U.S. attorney for Colorado and Wyoming, putting President Donald Trump’s nominee into the position.

The Senate confirmed Dunn with a voice vote on Thursday evening, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s office said. It is unclear when Dunn will be sworn in.

Dunn has worked in the public and private sectors, but his resume does not include extensive experience in criminal law. He was a deputy attorney general and assistant solicitor under the administration of Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, a Republican.

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