Michele Meyer, Weld County Court Division 8
Judge Meyer was appointed to the County Court bench in September of 2007. She is the Presiding County Court Judge. Prior to her appointment, she was a Chief Deputy District Attorney with the Weld County District Attorney’s Office. Judge Meyer joined Weld County District Attorney’s Office in November of 1999.
Judge Meyer obtained her law degree from the University of Denver and has an undergraduate degree from Colorado State University.
Judge Meyer is currently assigned to Division 8. Her docket includes a mix of misdemeanor, traffic offenses, and civil cases.
Judge Meyer was appointed to the Weld County Court on September 19, 2007. Judge Meyer obtained her law degree from the University of Denver and has an undergraduate degree from Colorado State University. She was employed by the Weld County District Attorney’s Office from November 1999 until September 2007, ascending to the position of Chief Deputy District Attorney. Judge Meyer is involved with the mentor program at the University of Northern Colorado and spends considerable time with the Weld/Larimer County High School Mock Trial Competition. Judge Meyer attends legal education (CLE) classes outside of the annual judicial conference she attends. She is involved in the “Judicially Speaking” program which helps educate high school students about the legal process.
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