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Copies or photos of Motions, Victim Impact Statements, or other documents can be emailed to, mailed to 109 W. Main St Ste 303 Cortez, CO 81321 or dropped in our box in the lobby of Social Services.

Any Diversion paperwork or payments can be dropped off or mailed to our Diversion Office at 44 N. Chestnut St. Cortez, CO 81321.

Due to there being no school on Fridays, we will have very limited staff, please be patient or try back later.”

22nd Judicial District - Office of the District Attorney

District Attorney Seal The District Attorney is elected by voters in two counties: Montezuma and Dolores. These counties comprise the Twenty-second Judicial District of Colorado.

The District Attorney’s Office prosecutes criminal cases within the District and works closely with law enforcement agencies in both counties.

The District Attorney’s office is comprised of the elected District Attorney, Deputy DAs, Investigator, Legal Assistants, and the Victim Witness Unit and Victim Compensation Programs.

The Victim Witness Unit is available to help crime victims understand the legal system and their rights, and is managed by the District Attorney’s office.  Victim Witness services include accompanying victims on court appearances, notifying victims of court dates, and additional related support services.  The Victim Witness Unit is located in the District Attorney’s office and can be reached by phoning (970) 565-1147.

Please Note!

The Victim Compensation Program is also located in the District Attorney’s office but is not managed by the DA. Please visit the Victim Compensation Program page for additional information, or phone (970) 564-2755 for questions regarding Victim Compensation in Montezuma and Dolores Counties.


  • To file a protection order or restraining order first inquire at County Court and file a report.
  • To file a criminal complaint start with your local law enforcement agency and file a report.
  • To file a formal complaint against a local law enforcement agency please contact that law enforcement agency and follow their procedure. If you do not feel they have done a sufficient investigation of the situation you may call our office and ask to speak to our Investigator.
  •  For assistance with court processes when you do not have an attorney, you can contact the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator. They cannot give you legal advice but they can provide information on procedures and what paperwork you may need. Contact Amy Harris, 865 N. Park St Cortez, CO, or call 970-565-1328 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Hours for the District Attorney’s Office:

  • Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
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