What does the District Attorney's (DA) Office do?
The residents of each of Colorado's 22 judicial districts elect a district attorney to represent "the People" of the State of Colorado in all criminal proceedings through the trial stage of cases. Grand, Moffat, and Routt counties comprise the 14th Judicial District. The District Attorney's Office does not handle civil matters or divorce proceedings.

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1. What does the District Attorney's (DA) Office do?
2. Can I plea by mail?
3. What are the procedures for getting my police report?
4. What happens when I come to court on a traffic ticket?
5. How do I change my bond conditions?
6. What does the County Attorney do?
7. If I have a traffic ticket, can I discuss my ticket with the Deputy District Attorney prior to the court date?
8. What is a traffic infraction?
9. How do I change my court date?
10. What if I want to report a crime?
11. Why are some cases plea bargained?
12. How do I get a Public Defender or other legal representation, when I am accused of a crime?