Lacy leaves no trace - as revealed by the Whites' Open Records request Late last year, Fleet and Priscilla White tried to obtain correspondence between the DAâ€™s office and certain individuals. This is a course of action available to citizens of the State of Colorado through the Colorado Open Records Act and the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act. Interestingly, although not necessarily surprisingly, it would seem that Mary Lacy left office without leaving a trace. I wouldnâ€™t wish to leave a trace either if I had her abysmal record and a legacy showcasing bias, bumbling, and shameless pandering to the rich. As outlined in one of the exchanges between the Whites and the DAâ€™s office, Lacyâ€™s eight years as DA should have led to a considerable quantity of records. It should also be noted that Stan Garnettâ€™s record-keeping skills are only marginally better. Some of the records sought included: All records of correspondence and communications between former Boulder District Attorney Mary (Keenan) Lacy and the following persons during the period of 2001 through 2008: John Ramsey and Patricia Ramsey, parents of JonBenet Ramsey; Stanley L. Garnett ; L. Lin Wood, Esq. ; Bill Ritter, former Denver District Attorney and Governor of Colorado; Jean Dubofsky, a former Colorado Supreme Court Justice; Ryan Brackley; Lucinda Franks, an author and journalist. Any member of the Haddon Morgan & Foreman law firm including but not limited to Harold Haddon and G, Bryan Morgan ; Patrick J. Burke, Esq. ; H. Patrick Furman, Esq. ; Chief Trial Deputy, Sean Finn, appears to claim that all records of correspondence and communications of Mary Lacy, are not in the custody and control of the District Attorney of the Twentieth Judicial District. Three documents are attached which detail the efforts of the Whites. They include responses from the DA, the AG, and the Governor.