The City and County of Denver holds traffic court at 1437 Bannock Street and it is separate from the criminal courthouse. Hopefully the following information helps you when fighting your ticket.
Denver Has Night Court for Speeding Tickets
Night court may seem like a convenient alternative for people with busy work schedules. However it may not be the most favorable in the long run when fighting a traffic ticket. Night court begins at 4:30pm in Denver. The disadvantage of night court may exist for you in the following. There is nobody to negotiate with in Denver's night court as the prosecutor has gone home for the day. The regular daytime judge has also gone home. As such, there is an evening magistrate presiding. These magistrate have absolutely no power to negotiate and have limited discretion. Night court is very crowded and often times your case will be handled alphabetically by your last name.
Are there advantages to hiring an attorney?
There are my be significant advantages when hiring a lawyer in Denver. Lawyers may petition to change the court date to a time when we may have a prosecutor present. Another convenient advantage to hiring an attorney in Denver is that a lawyer may be able to waive your appearance so you do not have to appear. A talented and experienced Denver speeding ticket lawyer will be able to navigate the courts with strategy and ease in order to successfully resolve your traffic ticket.
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