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Denver City & County Building, Denver

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TripAdvisor
  • Great place to check out as long as you are not there for a court appearance..haha. A very interesting Denver landmark.  more »
  • I was here with my son in July, and I was SICK. like SICK with some kind of funky flu. I wish it had been the elevation thing, and maybe it was, but I was just fever and chills and UGH! But I sucked i...  more »
  • On a walk from the Sheraton, walked by the District Court - what a beautiful display - especially the Nativity Scene. They've done a great job of lighting this for the holidays - a great draw to downt...  more »
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  • They were nice and very accommodating. The bathrooms were clean. The guy who attended me took his time to call the appropriate channels to get my ticket resolved. Thank you.
  • It's a courthouse, which means a substantial amount of people are going to leave mad. I go for work, and frankly, it's a nice courthouse. The Lindsay Flanagan courthouse gets most of the cases, leaving the county court nice and quiet. Parking can be trouble. If you are lucky enough to get a meter, take it. Parking at the post office building is usually your bets bet otherwise. I think the security guards are very polite and helpful.
  • If you're charged with a City of Denver "contempt of cop" offense and not with a genuine crime, your best bet is to get a DU Law Student to represent you. It's easy, round up your paperwork and contact the Sturm College of Law ASAP. Trust me, the ONLY time the corrupt Denver prosecutors and judges play fair is when the eyes of a law professor are watching. Otherwise, they'll violate your rights with impunity. If your case has a GS in it, it's a City of Denver violation. P.S. It's hard to believe, but even if you retain an expensive defense attorney, Denver will still violate your rights. Denver prosecutors get performance bonuses based on their number of convictions, and the Denver magistrates do whatever the prosecutors tell them. The prosecutors are in bed with Denver police because they rely on them to bring in cases. Yes, it's totally corrupt, and the only chance you have is getting Sturm College of Law to defend you.
  • Outside lighting is really amazing! No fun to have traffic court here however. Feels like a 70s time warp inside.
  • The lights are awesome!!! Must see