Lloyd L. Boyer
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Lloyd L. Boyer

3780 S. Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113

Phone: 303-783-0220

Website: http://lloydlboyer.com

Faculty National Task Force Task-Force-Member General Member

About Lloyd L. Boyer

Undergraduate degree, BSBA, Washington University at St. Louis, 1972; Law Degree - University of Denver, JD, 1981, Associate Editor on the Denver Law Journal, AmJur Award for highest class standing in Criminal Procedure; Admitted to Practice before the Following Courts, Colorado Supreme Court including all state and administrative courts in Colorado, 1981; United States District, District of Colorado, 1981; 10th United States Circuit Court of Appeals, 1981; United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1985; The United States Supreme Court, 1986; Military Service - United States Army 1972 -2000 retiring as Lt. Col. Inf., USAR Retired.

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