Judge David Archuleta, Boulder County Division 10

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Judge Archuleta was appointed to the Boulder County Court bench in June 1999. Archuleta, a Colorado native, was raised in Boulder, and earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Colorado. Prior to his judicial appointment, Archuleta served as Deputy District Attorney for the Twentieth Judicial District (Boulder County). He also worked for a short time in private practice. Judge Archuleta is currently assigned to the Boulder Courthouse and has previously served as a County Judge in Boulder and Longmont. His current caseload involves misdemeanors and traffic offenses, protection orders and traffic infractions. He is one of the DUI Integrated Treatment Court Judges for Boulder. Judge Archuleta has actively engaged in professional training, including attendance at conferences on domestic violence, ethics, courthouse security, elder abuse and specialized drug courts to deal with repeat DUI offenders. His Court also handles civil matters where the amount in dispute does not exceed $15,000. He is the past President of the Colorado Trial Judges’ Council and the Colorado County Judges’ Association.

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Every judge who presides over DUI cases in this county conducts their courtroom differently from any other judge. Every one has slightly different procedures, habits and tendencies in the way they interact with the District Attorneys, defendants and attorneys.

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