Palmer Boyette, Elbert County Court


Judge Boyette was retained to the Elbert County Court, Colorado with 64.5 percent of the vote on November 4, 2014. In 2010 he was retained in 2010 with 54.65% of the vote.

Judge Boyette became Magistrate for the Denver Juvenile Court in 2001 and was subsequently transferred to the Denver District Court, where he still serves part time as a Magistrate. In 2007, Judge Boyette was appointed to the bench and he now also serves part time in Elbert County. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Florida State University in 1986. He graduated from Florida State Law School in 1989. Prior to his appointment, Judge Boyette worked as an Assistant City Attorney in Denver, and as a Senior Attorney in the Florida Department of Children and Families. He also worked in private practice and as an Assistant Public Defender in Naples Florida.

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Why You Need Our DUI Professionals to Represent You In This Court

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.

So it’s critical to the successful defense of your case to hire a DUI expert who not only specializes in DUI defense, but who has extensive experience with the people in the particular courtroom where your case will be held to help you navigate though the system.

Jim Forslund and Gary Pareja have been representing clients in this courtroom for years. They have that unique advantage you are looking for to obtain the best possible outcome for your unique set of circumstances in the specific judicial venue your case will be heard.