Colorado Springs Municipal Court

The City of Colorado Springs Municipal Court is located at 224 E. Kiowa Street, right in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs.  The main telephone number is: (719) 385-5922.

All misdemeanor, felony, and traffic violations incurred within the greater city limits of Colorado Springs are adjudicated at this location.

What To Expect At Your Court Hearing

Any hearing at the Colorado Springs Municipal Court can be an unnerving and anxiety-filled experience for anyone unfamiliar the local judicial process. This is especially true if your legal counsel is a court-appointed attorney not fully prepared to defend your civil rights to the fullest extent of the law.

When you appear in front of a judge, you should be confident that your defense attorney is known throughout the state as a fierce trial attorney with hard hard-earned court victories against all odds.  If your legal counsel is the Law Office of McClintock Criminal Defense, P.C., prosecutors are on notice that your case will be thoroughly investigated to expose any weaknesses in the State's case and vigorously defended to the best possible outcome for you.

If you or someone you care about have been charged with a criminal case that will be heard at the City of Colorado Springs Municipal Court,  contact our office to discuss your case as soon as possible.  Defense attorney Ted McClintock is a former state prosecutor who will apply his knowledge and renowned expertise to every criminal case that he accepts.

Mr. McClintock is an expert at identifying and exploiting law enforcement procedural and evidentiary errors, faulty (or fictitious) witness testimony, and the protection of your state and federal legal rights in the criminal justice system.

Preparing For A Municipal Court Appearance

At our initial complementary conference, we will clearly explain how the City of Colorado Springs Municipal Court processes all minor (misdemeanor) and major (felony) court cases.  We will discuss the court timelines, the particular defense strategy, and the likely potential outcome for your particular criminal case based on the information you provide.  If you have a copy of your arrest report, bring it with you at this meeting.  If you don't have a copy, let us know at least a day in advance of our meeting and we will obtain a copy.

We will also discuss how all available measures are employed to fully manage and protect your legal rights, including a plea arrangement with prosecutors, expungement options, and other options that might be available in your case.

Protecting Your Rights

As your criminal defense attorney, we will force the state to "prove it" by entering a not-guilty plea to their criminal charges at your initial court appearance.  This action will force the prosecuting attorney's office to disclose to us all the evidence against you in support of the charges filed.  A trial date will be assigned far enough if the future to allow our office to through investigate and review the allegations made in your case.

During this pre-trial period the appropriate defense strategy will be applied in our communications with the prosecutor's office. Based on the strength of evidence, an pre-trial agreement offer to settle your case may be made by the State.  If no acceptable agreement can be arranged, our office will be fully prepared to defend your case in front of a jury.

Criminal Defense Is Our Passion

A conviction on a criminal charge can change the direction of your life in an instant.  Secure a better future by contacting us to schedule a free initial consultation of your legal situation today. McClintock Criminal Defense, P.C. - (719) 520-3968.