Colorado municipal crime charges can be some of the most aggravating to deal with. This is a result of so many different municipal courts playing by so many different sets of rules. It is hard to know what to expect city by city in a municipal court case if you have never been there before. What can be expected in Aurora can be vastly different in Denver, Englewood, Littleton, Lakewood, Parker, Lone Tree, Commerce City, Brighton, Thornton, Northglenn or any of the countless number of municipal courts in the state of Colorado. An attorney that has handled a vast number of municipal court cases in varying jurisdictions can help you navigate your case.
One thing that is VERY important to understand is that if you have entered a plea of not guilty, you have twenty-one (21) days to pay a jury fee and request a jury trial in writing or you will give up that right in municipal court. Contact Wolf Law as soon as possible to find out if you are already under a time crunch for requesting a jury trial or not.
Wolf Law has been handling municipal court charges in a variety of cities throughout Colorado for years. We understand that even though municipal charges are often referred to as “petty offenses,” the effect they can have on your life is anything but petty. We will treat your case as seriously as any other type of charge.