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Castle Rock Municipal Court Lawyer: Castle Rock Municipal Code and Municipal Violations

The Castle Rock Municipal Court has its own set of laws that people must follow. There are many laws for Castle Rock Municipal Court, including the laws listed on this page related to criminal offenses. You should note that even if you have been arrested for or charged with a Castle Rock Municipal Code violation, you are still entitled to a vigorous defense. There are many options on how to resolve your Castle Rock Municipal Court charges, depending on the details of your criminal case. Don’t assume you are guilty and that you do not have a defense just because you have been charged. Many people are innocent.  If you assume you are guilty, you may end up accepting a plea bargain deal or another offer from the Castle Rock prosecutor that could harm your future and criminal record. Always consult a Castle Rock Municipal Court criminal defense attorney from the O’Malley Law Office if you have been charged for violating the Castle Rock municipal code.
 

Castle Rock Municipal Code Laws: List of Castle Rock Criminal Offenses Attorneys Use

Below is a list of criminal offenses in Castle Rock, Colorado, which our attorneys refer to. These are listed under their Title, Chapter and Article. If you have been charged with any of the Municipal Code violations below, consult a Castle Rock criminal defense lawyer from the O’Malley Law Office as soon as possible.  When you come to meet with an attorney at our law office, we will study the terms and language of the full ordinance you are accused of violating.

Election Offenses

  • 2.01.708 - Perjury.
  • 2.01.710 - Forgery.
  • 2.01.712 - Tampering with nomination papers.
  • 2.01.714 - Bribery of petition signers.
  • 2.01.716 - Custody and delivery of ballots and other election papers.
  • 2.01.718 - Destroying, removing or delaying delivery of ballots and other election papers.
  • 2.01.720 - Unlawfully refusing or permitting to vote.
  • 2.01.722 - Revealing how elector voted.
  • 2.01.724 - Violation of duty.
  • 2.01.726 - Unlawful receipt of money.
  • 2.01.728 - Disclosing or identifying vote.
  • 2.01.730 - Delivering and receiving ballots at polls.
  • 2.01.732 - Voting twice.
  • 2.01.734 - Voting in the wrong district.

Additional Election Crimes

  • 2.01.736 - Electioneering near polls.
  • 2.01.738 - Intimidation.
  • 2.01.740 - Corrupt means of influencing vote.
  • 2.01.742 - Interference with voter while voting.
  • 2.01.744 - Introducing liquor into polls.
  • 2.01.746 - Inducing defective ballot.
  • 2.01.748 - Personating elector.
  • 2.01.750 - Altering posted abstract of votes.
  • 2.01.752 - Wagers with electors.
  • 2.01.754 - Tampering with notices or supplies.
  • 2.01.756 - Tampering with registration book, registration list, or poll book.
  • 2.01.758 - Interference with election official.
  • 2.01.760 - Absentee voting.
  • 2.20.110 – Contempt.

Tax Offenses

  • 3.05.150- False or fraudulent refund claim.
  • 3.05.320 - Unlawful to advertise absorption of tax.
  • 3.05.340 - Evasion or avoidance of tax.
  • 3.05.350 – Violations.

Water Resources

  • 4.02.040 - Activities for which a permit is required.
  • 4.02.050 - Prohibited activity—Order to cease and desist.
  • 4.02.060 - Unlawful to cause damage to waterworks.
  • 4.03.080 - Discharge prohibitions.
  • 4.03.090 - Watercourse protection.
  • 4.03.100 - Industrial or construction activity discharges.
  • 4.03.110 - Compliance monitoring.
  • 4.03.120 - Best management practices.
  • 4.03.130 - Notification of spills.

Licensing / Regulations

  • 5.04.070 - Distribution of flyers.
  • 5.04.080 - General prohibitions.
  • 5.05.010 - Licensing.
  • 5.05.020 - Engaged in business without a license.
  • 5.05.040 - Special events.

Marijuana Offenses

  • 5.06.030 - Marijuana establishments prohibited.
  • 5.07.020 - Medical marijuana prohibition.
  • 5.07.030 - Existing medical marijuana businesses.
  • 5.07.040 - Patients and primary caregivers.
  • 5.18.030 - Marijuana cultivation area, prohibitions.

Animal Offenses

  • 6.02.050 - Commercial animal establishment; other domestic animal regulations.
  • 6.02.060 - Disease control.
  • 6.02.070 - Cruelty to animals.
  • 6.02.080 - Animals injured by motor vehicles.
  • 6.02.090 - Wild animals.
  • 6.02.100 - Animals running at large.
  • 6.02.110 - Dangerous animals.
  • 6.02.120 - Pit bulls.
  • 6.02.130 - Livestock.
  • 6.02.150 - Impoundment.

Offenses Related to Health and Safety

  • 8.12.010 - Growth of weeds and accumulation of weeds and rubbish; prohibited.
  • 8.12.020 - Duty of owner to cut.
  • 8.16.030 - Prohibited dumping.
  • 8.16.040 - Littering and dumping prohibited.
  • 8.16.050 - Accumulation on private property.
  • 8.16.070 – Compliance.
  • 8.16.090 - Duty to remove solid waste.
  • 8.20.030 - Right-of-way and front yard setback.
  • 8.24.020 - Unlawful to manufacture, sell, use or possess; exceptions.
  • 8.24.080 - Restrictions on sale; minors.
  • 8.26.050 - Unlawful acts.
  • 8.28.030 - Solid fuel-burning devices.

Public Peace Offenses

  • 9.04.030 - Unlawful assembly.
  • 9.04.040 - Blocking streets and sidewalks.
  • 9.04.050 - Trespass on private property.
  • 9.04.060 - Trespass on business property.
  • 9.04.070 - Unlawful to disobey official.
  • 9.04.100 - Assault.
  • 9.04.110 - Disorderly conduct.
  • 9.04.115 - Urination and defecation in public.
  • 9.04.120 - Harassment.
  • 9.04.125 - Resisting arrest.
  • 9.04.130 - Obstructing the duties of public officials.
  • 9.04.135 - Interference with police dogs.
  • 9.04.140 - Impeding police or firemen at scene of disaster.
  • 9.04.150 - Obstructing public ways, property.
  • 9.04.160 - Discharging weapons.
  • 9.04.180 - General theft.
  • 9.04.190 - Theft by check.
  • 9.04.200 - Theft of rental property.
  • 9.04.210 - Price switching.
  • 9.04.220 - Theft by receiving.
  • 9.04.222 - Recreational marijuana.
  • 9.04.224 - Possession of drug paraphernalia.

Additional Public Peace Crimes

  • 9.04.226 - Use of recreation vehicles.
  • 9.04.300 - Violation of protective orders.
  • 9.08.010 - Damaging public or private property.
  • 9.10.010 - Complicity.
  • 9.10.020 - Attempted violations.
  • 9.10.030 - Conspiracy.
  • 9.10.040 - Accessory to ordinance violation.
  • 9.12.020 - Prohibited possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in any public place or park.
  • 9.12.030 - Illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by underage persons.
  • 9.12.031 - Illegal sale or giving of alcohol to underage persons.
  • 9.16.030 - Prohibited acts.
  • 9.16.040 - Motor vehicle sound pressure levels.
  • 9.16.050 - Exemptions.
  • 9.20.010 - Curfew.
  • 9.20.020 - Knowingly allowing or permitting violation of curfew.
  • 9.22.020 - Prohibition.
  • 9.30.030 - Prohibitions.

Offenses and Crimes Related to Traffic, Vehicles and Parking

  • 10.04.030 - Amendments.
  • 10.04.040 - Penalties; penalty assessment procedure and penalty schedule.
  • 10.05.010 - Solicitation in the rights-of-way.
  • 10.08.010 - Area designated.
  • 10.08.050 - Special event parking restrictions.
  • 10.10.040 - Parking restrictions during snow storm condition.
  • 10.16.010 - Parking in residential areas prohibited.
  • 10.16.020 - Loading and unloading.
  • 10.16.030 - Trucks smaller than one (1) ton.
  • 10.16.040 - Trespassing designated.
  • 10.20.020 - On public property.
  • 10.20.030 - On private property.

Castle Rock Municipal Court / City Court

Castle Rock Municipal Court
100 Perry St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Phone: 303-663-6133

Web Site: http://crgov.com/1671/Municipal-Court

Castle Rock Municipal Court Lawyer: Call Us at 303-265-1950

If you or someone you love is facing charges for violating Castle Rock Municipal Code, contact a Castle Rock criminal defense lawyer from the O’Malley Law Office immediately. Our criminal defense lawyers frequently appear in Castle Rock Municipal Court in Castle Rock, Colorado. Call one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys today if you have a Castle Rock Municipal Court appearance and ensure your future is protected.