Excusal requests must be received at least two days before your service date. To contest a parking ticket, appear at the Violations Bureau counter at 8:15 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Illness or being under a doctor's care is a valid reason to be excused from jury duty. Violators are required to sign criminal tickets at the time they are issued. You can call the court at 303-987-7400, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. American Legal Publishing Corporation provides these documents for informational purposes only. MOTIONS, FILINGS, COURT REQUESTS, PROOF OF CLASS OR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS. Pay Tickets You MUST have the case number as well as defendant’s name and date of birth on all correspondence. … The official printed copy of a Code of Ordinances should be consulted prior to any action being taken. The Marshal Division consists of a chief marshal, five full-time marshals, and five part-time marshals. You can read, speak and understand the English language. Occasionally, the status of jury trials changes after the scheduled call-in time. Your juror number must accompany this document. Use the online version of the Municipal Code, hosted by Municode Library, to: search titles and chapters of the code. Lakewood's Municipal Code is the body of laws that govern the city. You have not been selected and served as an impaneled juror in any court within the preceding 12 months, nor have you been scheduled for juror service within the next 12 months by another court. If you are on a surety bond, please contact your bondsman to have consent of surety faxed to 303-987-7447 or email the court at firstname.lastname@example.org on the same day you call to reset your case. NOTE: Municipal Court has shifted to virtual operations for court cases. You do not have sole responsibility for the daily care of a permanently disabled person living in the same household, where your juror service would cause substantial risk of injury to the health of the disabled person. The Probation Division manages all supervised deferred judgment, probation and community service cases. Adult Video Advisements: English | Spanish, Juvenile Video Advisements: English | Spanish. An arraignment may be continued one time for up to two weeks. Court staff on site will be available to take your phone calls for questions, to resolve your case or have it continued. If you are under the age 18, in the majority of cases you will need to appear with a parent or legal guardian. City of Lakewood Municipal Code Chapter 2.48 PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF LANDMARKS 2.48.010 Purpose. She was admitted to the Colorado bar in October 2006. The parent of a juvenile may continue the case without the juvenile’s presence when identification is provided. Users should contact the city clerk’s office for ordinances passed subsequent to the ordinance cited above. She recently served three years as a board member for the Jefferson Center for Mental Health. 2) over the phone by calling the court clerk, or 3) by United States Postal Service (USPS) mail. Rescheduling requests must be received two days before your service date. The Probation Division supervises and monitors both juvenile and adult offenders. Hosted by: American Legal Publishing Corporation. Citizens who serve as jurors usually feel a sense of pride and respect for our justice system. Please continue to check back on this webpage for updated information regarding the status of the court and handling of cases. By paying the fine rather than appearing in court, you give up all legal rights to which you are entitled and your appearance will be waived. These actions support continued guidance by state and local health officials to limit in-person contact to aid in curtailing the spread of this virus. The FAQs below will assist you in searching. By law, there are no economic, age-related or occupational exclusions from jury service. Call 303-987-7427, after 3 p.m., on the afternoon before your appearance date to determine whether your juror number is listed within the range of numbers. Parking tickets are issued for violating city of Lakewood parking ordinances and do not carry penalty points on your driver’s license. The Municipal Court is a court of record that hears traffic offenses of alleged city ordinance violations. The tickets, which are placed on the windshield of a vehicle, will cite the specific offense(s) violated, identify the amount(s) that must be paid and the date and location of the violation. A criminal ticket is a legal notice to the violator that they have been accused of violating a criminal law. Once the jury trial is completed or if the trial is canceled the jury service ends. Please see ticket information below for additional details. After graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, she attended Golden Gate University receiving her Juris Doctorate in 1996. American Legal Publishing Corporation provides these documents for informational purposes only. A ticket is a legal notice to the violator that they have been accused of violating a traffic law. Phone or online payments are preferred. Note: Municipal Court has moved to virtual operations only; details at left. You can also email the court at email@example.com noting the same information above. Please watch the advisement video prior to your scheduled appearance date: Please see more details under the "Coronavirus Court Closure and Information" blue bar below. Lakewood, Ohio 44107 Disclaimer: This Code of Ordinances and/or any other documents that appear on this site may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the Municipality. The Municipal Court is a court of record that hears misdemeanor offenses of alleged city ordinance violations. The Probation Division also offers programs for youth. Lakewood, CO 80226 Instructions are on the back of the parking ticket and envelope. Requests for a continuance can be made in person, by email, fax or over the telephone prior to your court date. The marshals are responsible for processing warrants, transporting prisoners, operating a security check point for all people who enter the Public Safety Building and for the general safety of people who have business with the court. She graduated from Colorado State University in 2001 with a degree in Business Administration and received her Juris Doctorate from Drake University Law School in 2006. Each Juror will be given a Juror Notebook(PDF, 138KB) outlining the trial procedures and expectations. Rarely will a jury trial last more than one day. If you are represented by the Public Defender’s Office and need to speak to them regarding your case, please call 303-806-8886. You do not have a physical or mental disability that would affect your ability to serve as a juror. You must be facing the possibility of jail time. You reside at least 50% of the time in Lakewood, whether or not you are registered to vote. You may receive a plea bargain that shows a point reduction and payment amount. If you have a pending traffic or parking ticket, you may call or email the court clerk at the above number or email address during the days and times listed to have your case resolved or continued. Excusal requests must be received at least two days before your service date. For further information regarding the official version of any of this Code of Ordinances or other documents posted on this site, please contact the Municipality directly or contact American Legal Publishing toll-free at 800-445-5588. If you have additional questions, please contact the court immediately at 303-987-7407. Lakewood Police agents also write citations into the Jefferson County Court. and a Senior Deputy D.A. If you have a motion, proof of completion of a class or community service hours, or other correspondence for the court, you may email it to the court at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax it to 303-987-7447, or it can be mailed to the Lakewood Municipal Court, 445 South Allison Parkway, Lakewood, CO 80226.