John Easley, Judge
Philip Waggoner, Court Clerk
Bruce Fickel, Prosecuting Attorney
The Milliken Community Court convenes the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 1:30 p.m. (unless the date falls on a holiday). We have added a special "Youth Court session" on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 3:00 p.m. Court is held at the Milliken Meeting House, 1201 Broad Street, Milliken, Colorado. If you have questions, or concerns please call the Milliken Police Department (970) 587-2772, Town Hall (970) 587-4331, Court Clerk (970) 660-5015 or you may reach us by Fax (970) 587-2678.
Bruce Fickel is the Prosecuting Attorney, you can reach him at (970) 532-2652, or P.O. Box S, Berthoud, CO 80513.
Court Session Information
The Town asks that you dress appropriately and remove your hat and shut off your cell phones when entering the court room. Your first appearance is for arraignment, followed by Reviews, and then Trials. If you wish to pay a fine before your scheduled court date, you may do so. Many summons are payable to the court in advance, and when paid in advance there is no need for you to appear at Court. When you do pay in advance, you are pleading guilty to the charge. A report of the conviction is then made to the Colorado Motor Vehicle Division and points will be assessed to your driver's license. The points assessed for each offense will be indicated on your summons. Please make checks payable to 'Milliken Municipal Court'. You may mail your payment to Town of Milliken, Municipal Court, P.O. Box 290, Milliken, CO 80543, or you may make payment in person at the Milliken Community Complex, 1101 Broad Street, Milliken, Colorado, 80543. If you do not make it within the business hours, you may drop your payment off in the night drop box, located on the right side of the front doors.
If the summons does not indicate the amount due for the fine, then the Defendant needs to appear in court. This is a "Mandatory Court Appearance" (MCA).
If you are unable to attend your court date, you must talk with the Court Clerk and request a continuance. If you have continued your court date once and are requesting a second continuance, you must appear before the Judge for this request. Continuance of a trial may only be granted by the Judge.