Courts in Adams and Broomfield counties will be offering official forgiveness for some low-level and non-violent crimes May 19.
The warrant clearance event is part of a partnership between the District Attorney’s Office, the Court, the Public Defender’s Office, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, and the Broomfield Police Department.
Adams County “Fresh Start Day” is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., with an hourlong break for lunch from noon until 1 p.m. May 19 at the Adams County Justice Center, 1100 Judicial Center Drive in Brighton. Adams and Broomfield counties are part of Colorado’s 17th Judicial District.
Low-level non-violent misdemeanor and traffic offenses, probation violation warrants and warrants for class 5 and 6 non-violent felonies can be considered for forgiveness.
Victims’ Rights Amendment Cases, Domestic Violence cases, weapons possession charges, sex offenses and class 1, 2, 3 or 4 felonies will not be considered and warrants from outside of Adams and Broomfield counties are not eligible.
Please email the Office of the Public Defender to determine if you are eligible at email@example.com.