Nicholas Cummings

Nicholas G. Cummings


Nick Cummings grew up in Sioux Falls South Dakota. After turning eighteen he enlisted in the South Dakota Air National Guard. In 2002 he transferred to the Colorado National Guard to attend the University of Northern Colorado where he studied political science and history. While attending Northern Colorado, Nick was a member of the rugby team. He was a starter on the squad that won the 2005 Division II national championship and was national runner up in 2006.

In 2006 Nick was accepted into Gonzaga School of Law on a merit scholarship. While at Gonzaga he clerked for the Honorable Michael P. Price and completed an internship with the Alaska Department of Law. Nick prosecuted traffic and misdemeanor cases in Fairbanks Alaska. While attending Gonzaga Nick was given an honorable discharge from the National Guard as a Staff Sergeant. He separated from the military to focus on his legal career.

After graduation from Gonzaga, Nick took and passed the Colorado bar examination in 2009. In January of 2010 he moved to the island of Kauai. While at Kauai, Nick clerked for the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney for the Kauai County government. While there Nick assisted with their civil forfeiture division. In April 2010 Nick accepted a job with the 8th Judicial District as a deputy district attorney in Fort Collins, Colorado. For seven and a half years Nick conducted and completed jury trials from petty trespass to murder in the first degree.

In 2017 Nick left the district attorney’s office and formed a partnership with Joseph J. Petrone. Nick and Joe hope to offer their years of public service to individuals in the Northern Colorado community.

In his spare time Nick enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. Their love is camping and they hope to visit all of the 53 National Parks by the time his children graduate high school.

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