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Homburger was joined by five other ...
Homburger was joined by five other area Kindertransportees: Henry Karplus, Frank Krieth, Peter Ney, Doris Small and Carl Zimet.
"It's amazing," Peter Ney, a senior judge in the Colorado Court of Appeals, said before the show.
was sent on the transport at age 7.
was the only Kindertransport person I knew for a long time," Ney
So on a very hot day in August, Victor Hamburger waited for Peter
to make his way down the gangplank.
Hall & Evans, LLC - Denver Law Firm - Litigation Attorneys - Attorney Bios
Law Clerk to the Honorable Peter H. Ney, Colorado Court of Appeals, 1988 - 1989
Staff Attorney, Civil Appeals, Colorado Court of Appeals, 1990 - 1994
Rocky Mountain News: Business
But his attorney, Peter Ney - now a judge at the Colorado Court of Appeals - vowed an appeal of the conviction.
In 1996, he
won Fenninger's acquittal in a precedent-setting ruling from the state's highest court.
Behind the Cover
H ear the moving story of the life of Peter Ney, a Littleton resident and judge in the Colorado Court of Appeals on Monday, March 22, 2:00 p.m.
Two months after Kristallnacht, the beginning of Nazi violence against the Jews, Ney's parents placed him on a train to England; he was one of 10,000 German children granted safe refuge in England.
His parents joined him in London just before the start of World War II.
As a family, they immigrated, penniless, to the United States.
Ney will talk about his journey from Germany, his adolescent years, art school training, and his fifty-six year marriage to his wife, Betty.
His career includes work as a designer of consumer products, a space program engineer, 20 years as a trial attorney, and tenure as a judge.
Monday, Mar. 22 Getting Here: From a Seat on a Train to a Seat on the Bench with Peter Ney
, 2:00 p.m.
Hall & Evans - Practice Areas - Peter Moyson Associate
Peter served a law clerk to Judge Warren O. Martin of the Denver District Court and then as a law clerk to Judge Peter H. Ney of the Colorado Court of Appeals.
...After his clerkship, Peter served a Staff Attorney at the Colorado Court of Appeals, specializing in civil litigation appeals.