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Each of Colorado's 64 counties has a county court.
County courts handle civil cases involving no more than $15,000, misdemeanor
cases, felony advisements, bond setting, preliminary hearings, and traffic cases.
County judges also issue search warrants as well as restraining orders in cases
involving domestic violence arrest. District courts handle felony criminal matters,
civil claims in any amount, juvenile matters (including adoption, dependency
and neglect matters, juvenile delinquency, and paternity actions), probate,
mental health, divorce proceedings, and water cases. Denver is the only district
in Colorado that has separate probate and juvenile courts.
From here you are able to inquire on Colorado state
case records including docket entries, parties, judgments, and charges in public
courts. In common law jurisdictions, a court of record is a court that keeps
permanent records of its proceedings. Judgments of a trial court of record are
normally subject to appellate review. In many jurisdictions, all courts are
courts of record. In many jurisdictions, courts that have the power to fine
or imprison must be courts of record. In almost all jurisdictions, a court of
record will have a court clerk whose primary duty is to maintain the permanent
records. Traditionally, a court of record was required to have its own unique
seal, which was used to authenticate its judgments and copies of its records.
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