Julesburg, Sedgwick County, DUI Lawyer

The town of Julesburg, Colorado is the county seat of Sedgwick County and is the northernmost town in the state of Colorado.  Julesburg is located less than one (1) mile from the Colorado/Nebraska state line and situated on the South Platte River. Starting out as a Pony Express route point, Julesburg quickly transformed itself during the expansion of the Union Pacific Railway and became known as a very rowdy town in the West.

Accounts of horse thievery, violence, gambling, and numerous saloons appear throughout the history of the town, including a gruesome battle between Joseph A. "Jack" Slade and Jules Beni.

Motorists travel through Sedgwick County on Interstate 76 to the NorthEast before crossing into the state of Nebraska and intersecting with Interstate 80.  Other major highways in the county include highway 385 and highway 138.

The Colorado State Patrol is active in the county and based out of the Sterling Troop Office.  The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office is also active in the area and provides law enforcement for the town of Julesburg, which does not maintain a separate town police department.

In 2014 there were 5 DUI and DWAI charges filed in Sedgwick County with an average BAC of .150.  DUI and DWAI cases are filed in the Sedgwick County Court located at 315 Cedar Street, Julesburg, Colorado 80737.  The clerk's office is open from 8:00AM-1:00PM Monday through Friday.

DUI and DWAI cases in Sedgwick County are prosecuted by the 13th Judicial District Attorney's Office.

If you were arrested for a DUI in Sedgwick county, you must request a hearing on your driver's license within 7 days of the date of notice indicated on your Express Consent Affidavit and Notice of Revocation (typically a yellow-colored sheet of paper).  The request for administrative hearing may be made in writing at any driver's license office.  You may request the police officer's presence at your Express Consent Revocation Hearing by checking the box "yes" when you request your administrative hearing. Or, you may have a subpoena served on the police officer at least 5 days before the hearing.  The subpoena must be signed by a hearing officer prior to service, and must be properly served in accordance with the rules.

Attorney Robbins represents clients in Sedgwick County Colorado in DUI, criminal, and traffic cases.  Contact Attorney Robbins for a free case evaluation today at his Greeley office: 970-301-5541 or toll-free 1-888-DUI-COLO (1-888-384-2656).