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Longmont Judicial Department - Administrative Orders

The Longmont Judicial Department, including both Municipal Court and Probation, has adopted a number of Administrative Orders for the performance of court business.  These Administrative Orders are on file with the City of Longmont Municipal Court. 

Below are select Administrative Orders:

Administrative Order 18-02  - Fine Schedule 10-5-18

Administrative Order 17-04 - Standing Order RE In Custody Defendants HB 17-1338 11-15-17

Administrative Order 3-29-2013 - Court Appearance Rules

Administrative Order 5-5-2011 - Court Security and Decorum

Administrative Order 9-5-1995 - Regarding Issuance of Arrest Affidavit

Administrative Order 3-5-1990 - Concerning Defendants Sentenced to Jail

 

Chief Judge Administrative Orders

The City of Longmont is part of both the 19th and 20th Judicial Districts of Colorado.  Each Judicial District has adopted Administrative Orders for the performance of court business.  While these Administrative Orders may or may not apply for the court business of the City of Longmont, they are persuasive and provide guidance.

Below are select Chief Judge Administrative Orders from both the 19th and 20th Judicial Districts:

20th Judicial District CJA 13-103 - Restitution Orders and Judgments by Municipal Courts

19th Judicial District CJA 12-01 - Order Regarding Marijuana Use While on Probation

20th Judicial District CJA 11-01 -  Concerning Electronic Devices in Judicial Buildings

19th Judicial District CJA 07-06 - Order Establishing Protocol for the Electronic Transmission of Warrants

20th Judicial District CJA 04-103 - Order Regarding Jail Cap Release

20th Judicial District CJA 02-102 - Expanded Media Coverage of Court Proceedings

 

Below are links to all of the Chief Judge Administrative Orders for both the 19th and 20th Judicial Districts:

19th Judicial District Chief Judge Administrative Orders

20th Judicial District Chief Judge Administrative Orders

 

Chief Justice Directives

The Colorado Supreme Court is the state's court of last resort.  Its decisions are binding on all other Colorado Courts.  The Supreme Court has exclusive jurisdiction to promulgate rules governing practice and procedure in civil and criminal actions.  

Below are select Chief Justice Directives:

CJD 04-04 Appointment of State-Funded Counsel in Criminal Cases and Contempt of Court

CJD 05-01 Access to Court Records

 

Below is the link to index of all directives currently in effect, from the directive consolidation plan on January 1, 1985, through the current date:

Chief Justice Directives

 


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