Colorado Courts, Jails and Counties: Information

If you have been accused of or charged with a sex crime in the Denver area, then you will need to know more about Colorado courts, jails and counties. Click on your option below.

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Court Information:

Our court information page can be useful if you have a court date, need to report to a probation department, or need more information about search warrants or arrest warrants. We list each district and the court (or courts) in each one. Additionally, we list the county/counties that it represents.

List of Counties in Colorado:

Read our complete list of counties and cities in Colorado. If you don’t know what county your city belongs to – find out using this list of counties.

Jail Information:

Learn more about the jails and detention facilities in Colorado, such as Adams County Detention Center, Arapahoe County Detention Center, and Jefferson County Detention Center.

Judicial districts in Colorado.

Find a Court in Colorado

In the state of Colorado there are 63 counties. These are divided up into 22 judicial districts. In each district there is a court (or multiple courts) that has jurisdiction in civil cases. These include: Felony criminal cases, family law, domestic relations, cases that involve minors, mental health cases, and probation. District 1: Gilpin Combined …

Community Corrections in Colorado | Denver Sex Crime Defense Attorney

After a person is convicted of a felony offense in Denver, Adams, or Douglas County, the judge has many choices at sentencing for placement and probation of the person who has been convicted. After someone is found guilty of, or pleads guilty to an offense such as Sexual Assault – C.R.S. 18-3-402, or Incest – …

If you have more questions about Municipal Court in Colorado, call the O'Malley Law Office.

Denver Municipal Court for Sexual Assault and Other Offenses | City Court in Colorado

In cities like Denver, Westminster, Littleton, or Aurora, if you are facing Domestic Violence charges, your criminal case could end up in a Municipal Court.  These city courts handle many misdemeanor charges (such as Public Indecency) and various other city law violations.  Felony sexual offense charges, like Unlawful Sexual Contact, Sexual Assault on a Child, …

Learn more about dismissal or modification of a Civil Restraining Order in Colorado.

Dismissal or Modification of a Civil Restraining / Protection Order in Denver

If you have been charged with a sex crime in Denver, Arapahoe, or Douglas County, you may also have a Civil Restraining / Protection Order issued against you. If this is the case, and the order is still in place, you are able to request modification or dismissal of the restraining Order, if it has …

Contact an extradition lawyer to learn more about extradition in Colorado.

Extradition Lawyer: Extradition to and from Colorado for Sex Crimes

Extradition to and from Colorado is becoming more and more common in criminal cases today. As sex crime defense attorneys, we see law enforcement agencies in Denver, Arapahoe, and Jefferson County extraditing men and women in and out of Colorado. What exactly is extradition, however? Let’s look closer at the court processes involved. What is …

Colorado Counties and Cities | Denver Sex Crimes Lawyer

Find a County in Colorado

Do you need to find a county in Colorado? If you live in Littleton, Aurora or anywhere else in Colorado, and need to know which county you live in, find it using this page. Counties in Colorado: Adams, Alamosa, Arapahoe, Archuleta, Baca, Bent, Boulder, Broomfield, Chaffee, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Delta, Denver, …

Jail information for jails across Colorado.

Jails in Denver, CO | General Information

Do you need to learn more about the jails in Denver, CO? Here are four in the Denver Metro area. To contact each jail, find the number listed below. If you friend or family member has been arrested, they have been cut off from communicating with the outside world. Investigators for the police take advantage …

Learn the difference between a jury trial and judge trial in Colorado.

Jury Trials vs. Judge Trials in Your Sexual Offense

Imagine having people who like the police or prosecutor decide your guilt or innocence.  That is what you are doing when you allow a judge to make the important decision of your guilt or innocence.  While judges are to carry an air of independence, we frequently see them take the safe route and decide in …

Learn about search and arrest warrants in Colorado.

Search Warrants and Arrest Warrants in Denver Sex Crime Cases

When police officers and Sheriff’s deputies in Arapahoe, Jefferson, and Denver County are investigating a case and need to make an arrest or conduct a search, they are able to meet with a judge in order to obtain a warrant. Search warrants and arrest warrants are granted by a judge after a private meeting with …

Learn about a presentence investigative report in Colorado.

What is a Presentence Investigative Report in Denver, Colorado?

In almost all criminal cases in Colorado courts, a judge wants to know more about a defendant before sentencing. So, they will order a Presentence Investigative Report or PSI in order to better understand a defendant’s history and character before a sentence is decided. For example: A man is convicted of Unlawful Sexual Contact – …