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The District Attorney’s (DA) Office first becomes involved in a criminal action on the day after a person is arrested for a felony crime or when the police refer a case to the DA’s office for a filing decision on felony charges.
The County Court has original jurisdiction over all Colorado state misdemeanor and traffic cases. Find out more about court processes and common county court cases.
The Boulder Municipal Court has jurisdiction over violations of city ordinances, including traffic, photo enforcement, parking, animal and misdemeanor criminal offenses that have occurred within the Boulder city limits.
The Erie Municipal Court adjudicates violations of the Town’s municipal ordinances and the Model Traffic Code, as amended by the Erie Municipal Code. The Honorable Teresa Ablao is the Presiding Judge. The Honorable Michelle Kline and Honorable Melissa Beato serve as Associate Judges. Additionally staffed, are the Clerk of the Municipal Court/Court Supervisor and Court Administrator.
The Lafayette Municipal Court has jurisdiction to hear cases that deal with the City of Lafayette Municipal Ordinances, traffic violations, and parking violations. We pride ourselves on serving the public in a manner that makes the court process accommodating and less intimidating.
The Longmont Judicial Department is comprised of the Municipal Court and Probation. The Municipal Court is a court of limited jurisdiction and handles violations of the Longmont Municipal Code and Charter. It is located in the Safety and Justice Center, 225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501.
The Municipal Court oversees all aspects of the Louisville judicial process.
The Sheriff’s Office provides law enforcement services by contract to the Town of Lyons. The Lyons Municipal Court hears cases regarding parking citations, traffic violations, misdemeanors, animal, and code violations that take place within the town limits.
The Nederland Municipal Court meets at 10a.m. on the second Friday of each month in the Nederland Community Center. Contact Lisa Taylor (Courtclerk@nederlandco.org) or Troy Hendricks at 303-258-3250 for more info. Judge David J Thrower is the Municipal Court Judge.
The Sheriff’s Office provides law enforcement services by contract to the Town of Superior. The Superior Municipal Court hears cases regarding parking citations, traffic violations, misdemeanors, animal, and code violations that take place within the town limits.