Prosecutors in the County Court division of the Denver District Attorney's Office file as many as 18,000 cases a year. This includes misdemeanor offenses such as third degree assault and domestic violence incidents as well as alcohol-related traffic offenses.
The County Court process begins with an arrest or the issuance of a Criminal Summons and Complaint.
- A person's first appearance is in Courtroom 4C, located in the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse, 520 W. Colfaxe Avenue, Denver . The date and time of appearance is shown on the Criminal Summons and Complaint.
- Subsequent court appearances are then scheduled by a Magistrate in Courtroom 4C.
- Trials are heard in one of four trial divisions at the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse. The County Court trial courtrooms are 3A, 3B, 3D, and 3E.
If you need to inquire about a case, you will need to know the case number or the defendant's full name. Call 720-913-9011 to reach the Denver District Attorney's Office County Court Division. Or visit the official site of the City and County .
There are many cases that are heard in Denver County Court that are being handled by the Denver City Attorney's Office. If your paperwork says "General Sessions Summons and Complaint" then you are involved in a municipal case being handled by the Denver City Attorney.
There is FREE child care available to people having business in the court system. The Warm Welcome Child Care Center is on the corner of Colfax Avenue and 14th Street on the north side of the Denver City and County Building. Call 720-913-0330 for more information.