C.R.S. Section 13-6-204
Activities of judges


(1)

In counties of Class A and B, county judges shall devote their full time to judicial duties and shall not engage in the private practice of law. They may also serve as municipal judges in counties of Class A but may not do so in counties of Class B.

(2)

In counties of Class C and D, county judges, if admitted to the bar, may engage in the private practice of law in courts other than the county court and in matters which have not and will not come before the county court and may serve as municipal judges.

(3)

County judges of any class county may be appointed as magistrates in juvenile matters and as magistrates for the district court in mental health matters and shall receive no additional compensation for such service. County judges may accept appointment as magistrates in any other matter, and for such service a county judge is entitled to such compensation as the appointing district judge may allow, payable from funds provided under sections 13-3-104 and 13-3-106.

Source: Section 13-6-204 — Activities of judges, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-13.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

13–6–101
Establishment
13–6–102
Court of record
13–6–103
Statewide jurisdiction
13–6–104
Original civil jurisdiction
13–6–105
Specific limits on civil jurisdiction
13–6–106
Original criminal jurisdiction
13–6–201
Classification of counties
13–6–202
Number of judges
13–6–203
Qualifications of judges
13–6–204
Activities of judges
13–6–205
Term and appointment of judges
13–6–206
Vacancies
13–6–208
Special associate, associate, and assistant county judges
13–6–209
Special associate and associate county judges - designated counties
13–6–211
Appointment of clerk
13–6–212
Duties of clerk
13–6–214
Other employees
13–6–215
Presiding judges
13–6–216
Judges to sit separately
13–6–217
Judges may sit en banc
13–6–218
Assignment of county judges and retired county judges to other courts authorized
13–6–219
Judge as party to a case - recusal of judge upon motion
13–6–301
Court rules
13–6–302
Terms of court
13–6–303
Place of holding court
13–6–304
Court facilities
13–6–305
Maintenance of records
13–6–306
Seal
13–6–307
Process
13–6–308
Juries
13–6–309
Verbatim record of proceedings
13–6–310
Appeals from county court
13–6–311
Appeals from county court - simplified procedure
13–6–401
Legislative declaration
13–6–402
Establishment of small claims division
13–6–403
Jurisdiction of small claims court - limitations
13–6–404
Clerk of the small claims court
13–6–405
Magistrate in small claims court
13–6–406
Schedule of hearings
13–6–407
Parties - representation
13–6–408
Counterclaims exceeding jurisdiction of small claims court - procedures - sanctions for improper assertion
13–6–409
Trial procedure
13–6–410
Appeal of a claim
13–6–411
Limitation on number of claims filed
13–6–411.5
Place of trial
13–6–412
Notice to public
13–6–413
Supreme court shall promulgate rules
13–6–414
No jury trial
13–6–415
Service of process
13–6–416
Facilities
13–6–417
Execution and proceedings subsequent to judgment
13–6–501
County court magistrates - qualifications - duties
13–6–502
Jury trials
13–6–503
Evidence offered by officer
13–6–504
Appeals procedure
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Current through Fall 2024

§ 13-6-204’s source at colorado​.gov