Denver County Court

Marshal Division

Failure to appear in court or follow a judicial order could result in a warrant being issued for your arrest.  County Court Marshals are certified peace officers whose primary responsibility is to arrest individuals with active warrants.  Individuals arrested by the County Court Marshals are booked into the VanCise-Simonet Detention Facility.  Arrested individuals may have the opportunity to post bond and appear before a Judge at a later date, or stay in jail until brought before a Judge.


The Marshals can be reached at 720-865-7299.  Phone hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to  4:30 p.m.


If you have information related to someone with a warrant for their arrest, please provide as much information as possible to assist in their apprehension by using the Anonymous Tips online form.

Your assistance is appreciated.  


If you have a warrant for your arrest, you have three options for clearing the warrant.

  • Turn yourself in to the Denver Police Department and be booked into jail.  You will be brought before a Judge, but more than likely you will spend a night in jail.
  • Post the required bond and fees. To find the bond amount, you can look up your case online.  You must go to the Bonding Office located on the first floor of the VanCise-Simont Detention Center, 490 W. Colfax Avenue to pay the bond and fees.  You can also use a Professional Bondsman to post the bond.  You will be given a new court date to appear.
  • Pay a warrant cancellation fee of $100 and receive a new appearance date.  The $100 fee is  nonrefundable.  You can do this online or appear and pay the fee at the Clerk’s Office in Room 160 of the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse, 520 W. Colfax Avenue, or Room 135 of the City and County Building, 1437 Bannock Street.  This will cancel your warrant and get your case back on the Judge’s docket.  NOTE:  You may only use this option if you failed to appear for arraignment.  (If your case is scheduled to be heard at 1437 Bannock Street and you failed to appear at a Disposition Hearing, you may also take advantage of this option.)  Personal checks will not be accepted.