The mission of the Frederick Municipal Court is to ensure that there is an accessible and open court process where due process of law and fundamental fairness are afforded to all who appear before the Court, and that customer service by administrative staff is of the highest priority.
The Frederick Municipal Court is now open. Those who have received a summons, are expected to appear in court on their scheduled date.
- If you are ill or have a fever, cough or other symptoms associated with COVID-19 or have had contact in the last 14 days with any person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please call the clerk to reschedule.
1. Court staff will be available by telephone and email. You may call the court clerk at (720) 382-5530 or email the court. If you have a motion, court request, proof of completion of a class or community service hours, you may fax it to the clerk at 720-382-5540, email it or mail it to the clerk at P.O. Box 435, Frederick, CO 80530. Payments may be made by mail or by contacting the court clerk by phone.
2. If you would like to appear by phone or video where you can speak to a judge and a prosecutor about your case, please contact the court clerk to schedule a Zoom video hearing.
3. Certain cases may be eligible for resolution without appearance in court. If you have an early payment discount option set forth on your summons, you may take advantage of that discount up to 2 days before your currently scheduled court date. If you do not have the early payment discount option marked on your summons, but are interested in learning if your case is eligible for such disposition, please contact the court clerk during normal business hours.
4. Individuals with active warrants out of the Frederick Municipal Court should contact the court clerk to discuss options for their case.
Town Prosecuting Attorney
- Monthly on the 2nd Thursday
- 8:30 a.m. Traffic Violations
- 10 a.m. Criminal Violations/Code Violations
- 10:30 a.m. Interpreter Services
- 11 a.m. Review Hearings
- 11:30 a.m. Zoom Court
Advisement to Defendant Concerning Sealing or Expunging Your Records
Adults:Colorado Revised Statue section 24-72-708 et seq. provides that you may be entitled to have your case or conviction sealed.
Juveniles:Colorado Revised Statute section 19-1-306 provides that you may be entitled to have your case or conviction expunged.
Certain limitations and time limits apply. For more information and forms visit Colorado State Courts or consult with an attorney.
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