Chief Judge Brimmer has issued General Order 2020-10. This General Order guides Court operations beginning on June 22, 2020, and supersedes General Orders 2020-1, 2020-3, 2020-8, and 2020-9 on that date. Beginning June 22, 2020 all entrants to courthouses are required to wear a mask or face covering that covers the user’s nose and mouth when entering the courthouses and at all times within the courthouses, including common areas, elevators, hallways, stairwells, courtrooms, witness waiting rooms, and bathrooms. Entrants are also required to maintain six feet of distance between themselves and other people within the courthouses. Jury trials scheduled to commence now through July 31, 2020, except for certain pilot trials selected the Chief Judge, are continued subject to further order of the presiding judicial officer. The Clerk’s Office and the Probation Offices remain closed to public entry.
The full order, as well as other COVID-19 guidance, is posted here on the Court's website.
Read the latest Order Regarding Court Operations made effective June 1st.
Here is the latest order from the Colorado Supreme Court made on May 5th.
Given the pandemic threat Gaddis Law continues to keep our clients appraised of fast-changing schedules from the Fourth Judicial District Court, Gaddis Law shares the Chief Justice Order and will continue to provide updates as they occur.
We are here for you and continue to be here! We’re not going anywhere!
As the situation with the COVID19 virus continues to unfold, we at Gaddis Law know that safety comes first and to protect our community we are working from the safety of our home and work has come not come to a halt.
We understand that times are tough right now and there’s a lot of uncertainty in the air, but business has not stopped for us. We are here for you and will remain on your side fighting for your legal rights.
We’re always looking out for you!
As an added bonus to our future clients we understand that finances may be a concern, we welcome and offer payment plans. Don’t let your financial situation hinder your right to have your attorney of choice present for you by your side.
We’re closely monitoring the rapidly changing courthouse hours in El Paso County and of all surrounding counties and municipal courts. We remain informed of the closures, delays in hearings or trials, jail releases, jail visitations, etc. we are monitoring the situation and tactically rescheduling or maintaining court appearances for the advantage of our clients.
Feel free to reach out to us and we can discuss further over the phone! Or by email!
Please be safe!