PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE COURTHOUSES or PROBATION LOCATIONS if:
- you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 (“Novel Coronavirus”) and you have not received a subsequent test confirming that you are currently virus-free;
- you have been in direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past fourteen days;
- you are experiencing a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any other respiratory illness symptoms.
If any of these criteria apply, please refer to the list below to notify the court or appropriate department.
- Parties to a case represented by an attorney should contact their attorney to request a continuance or to appear by phone
- Parties not represented by an attorney can call the Denver County Court Clerk’s Office at (720) 865-7840 for all civil, traffic and juvenile matters, (720) 913-5300 for all parking matters and (720) 337-0410 for all municipal and criminal matters to reschedule your court date or request to appear by telephone.
- Probationers should call their Probation Officer or Probation Department at (720) 913-8300 or email email@example.com.
- Witnesses subpoenaed in a case, please contact the attorney or party issuing the subpoena to explain the circumstances and discuss the options available\
- Those with a collections or payment matter can call (720) 865-8033 or (720) 337-0410
- To ensure you receive notices from the Court, it is your responsibility to update any changes to your contact information with the Court. You may update your information HERE.
The County Court Probation Department provides a full suite of probation related community reintegration services. Our office effectively manages annually approximately 2045 unique risks and needs referrals with a total average caseload of 2991 cases. The department’s primary goal is to promote the safety of the citizens of Denver County by conducting investigations for the court, enforcing court orders, ensuring victim’s rights, and holding offenders accountable and offering meaningful opportunities that foster positive behavioral change through the use of evidence-based supervision and best practices.
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