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The United States District Court for the District of Colorado is a vital component of the federal judiciary, overseeing the entire state of Colorado. This district, with its mix of urban centers such as Denver and Colorado Springs, and expansive rural landscapes, deals with a diverse array of economic activities, particularly in technology, energy, and outdoor recreation.
Federal offenses handled in this district often reflect its unique urban and natural settings, including environmental law violations, public corruption, financial and cybercrimes, and other significant federal offenses linked to its dynamic economy.
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In the District of Colorado, the judicial responsibilities are managed by 6 U.S. District Judges and 8 senior judges, alongside 8 Magistrate Judges. Their duties encompass conducting bail hearings, overseeing trials, managing pre-trial proceedings, ruling on motions, and issuing legal opinions, all dedicated to upholding justice and legal integrity.
The District of Colorado’s judicial services are dispersed across multiple locations to ensure comprehensive coverage:
Clerk’s Office are open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
901 19th Street Denver, CO 80294
(303) 844-3433 – Option 0
212 N. Wahsatch Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903
1060 E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 150, Durango, CO 81301
400 Rood Avenue Grand Junction, CO 81501
These courthouses and their clerk’s offices generally operate from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Federal Public Defender’s Office
The Federal Public Defender’s Office in the District of Colorado plays a crucial role in providing legal representation to defendants who cannot afford private counsel in federal criminal cases. This office is involved from the point of arrest through all stages of the legal process, including trial, plea negotiations, sentencing, and appeals.
633 17th Street, Suite 1000, Denver, CO 80202
U.S. Pretrial Services
The District of Colorado’s Pretrial Services system is integral to the federal judicial process. It evaluates individuals charged with federal crimes and recommends bail and release conditions to ensure court appearances and public safety, while minimizing unnecessary detention and ensuring fair treatment during the pretrial phase.
1929 Stout Street, Suite C-120, Denver, CO 80294
212 North Wahsatch Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
400 Rood Avenue, Room 309, Grand Junction, CO 81501-2520
Federal Bail Bonds
The Federal Court demands immediate full bail payment if a court date is missed, necessitating cash or liquid assets as collateral. Once all court obligations are met, this collateral is returned. For specific inquiries about bond posting or other matters, contact the Office of the Clerk at the relevant courthouse location.
Federal Prison Early Release
For those in the District of Colorado facing federal prison for crimes like white-collar offenses and drug trafficking, Wall Street Prison Consultants offers assistance with, guiding defendants through the Court process, prison survival and early release programs. For early prison release options Contact Wall Street Prison Consultants at at 212-796-6064
U.S. Attorney’s Office
The U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecutes federal offenses, convenes Grand Juries, and issues indictments in the District of Colorado. Assistant United States Attorneys handle a wide range of federal crimes, reflecting the district’s legal complexities.
1801 California Street, Denver, CO 80202
E 2nd Avenue, Suite 410, Durango, CO 81301
North 4th Street, Suite 400, Grand Junction, CO 81501