1-11-211. Contests for district attorneys
Overview of Statute
The district court of the judicial district where the contest for the office of district attorney arises has jurisdiction over contests related to the election of the district attorney. District judges who are contestors in a election contest cannot hear and determine the matter. The Colorado Supreme Court will instead appoint a district judge to hear and decide the contest.
The district court of the judicial district in which the contest for the office of district attorney arises has jurisdiction for the adjudication of contests for the office of district attorney. No district judge who is a contestor in any election contest shall be permitted to hear and determine the matter. In that case, the supreme court shall appoint a district judge to hear and decide the contest.
Source: L. 92: Entire article R&RE, p. 790, § 14, effective January 1, 1993.
Editor’s note: This section is similar to former § 1-11-209 as it existed prior to 1992.
Cross references: For venue, see C.R.C.P. 98 and Crim. P. 18; for contested elections, see C.R.C.P. 100.
1. Definition for Section
A bound compilation of initiative forms approved by the secretary of state, which shall include pages that contain the warning required by section 1-40-110 (1), the ballot title, the abstract required by section 1-40-110 (3), and a copy of the proposed measure; succeeding pages that contain the warning, the ballot title, and ruled lines numbered consecutively for registered electors’ signatures; and a final page that contains the affidavit required by section 1-40-111 (2). Each section shall be consecutively prenumbered by the petitioner prior to circulation.
2. Definition for Election
Any election under the “Uniform Election Code of 1992” or the “Colorado Municipal Election Code of 1965”, article 10 of title 31, C.R.S. C.R.S. § 1-7.5-103.