Q: The magistrate/judge said I needed to call your office before my next court date, who do I contact?
A: There’s no general need to call before court and we will have an offer available to you at your next court date without you needing to do anything. However, if you have a specific question, we are happy to help. Please review the frequently asked questions below and, if your question is not answered, feel free to call or email us.
Q: Can I have discovery for my case?
A: Yes, we will provide discovery upon request for cases that include a traffic offense. To receive instructions for receiving discovery, email CAOTraffic@denvergov.org and be sure to include your case number, name, and date of birth along with a message saying you are requesting discovery. For cases that only involve traffic infractions, court rules allow for discovery on the day of your Final Hearing. If you are not sure whether your case includes a traffic offense, feel free to request discovery and we will review for you.
Q: Can I provide you with proof of insurance?
A: Yes, and if you have given it to the court then we already have it. If you haven’t given it to us or the court, you can email it to CAOTraffic@denvergov.org and we will update your offer if appropriate. Please be sure to include your case number in the email.
Q: Is the offer on the ticket the best offer I’m going to get?
A: Yes, we don’t change the offer on the ticket unless there is new and substantial mitigating information.
Q: There’s no offer on my ticket, what do I do?
A: An attorney will review your case and have an offer ready for you at your next court date. This will be done automatically without you needing to do anything. If you need an offer sooner, you can email CAOTraffic@denvergov.org and an attorney will review your case and send you an offer.
Q: If I take a driving class can I get a better offer?
A: If a class is appropriate, the assigned attorney will automatically include it as part of the offer. There is not a standard reduction so taking a class when it’s not included likely won’t change the offer.
Q: Where do I find information about the driving class that’s part of my offer/plea?
A: Class information is available here:
English, Nepali, Hindu, Urdu, Punjabi, Bhutanese
Defensive Driving Schools may apply a $25 surcharge to any person referred to attend any level of Defensive Driving Class by the Court.
This fee is in addition to the normal class fee. Fees for all classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.