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Municipal Court Judges

Judge Anne Stavig

2017 Judge Stavig

Division A

Lakewood Municipal Court Presiding Judge Anne Stavig grew up and attended public schools in Colorado Springs. She graduated from Colorado College in Colorado Springs in 1981 with a degree in Political Science and received her law degree in 1985 from the University of Colorado School Of Law. She was admitted to the Colorado bar in October 1985.

Judge Stavig started work with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office in 1984 as a deputy D.A. She prosecuted adult felony cases for most of her 24 years at the District Attorney’s office but also worked several years in the juvenile division. Her strong interest in juvenile justice prompted her to volunteer to return to the juvenile division in 2007. She continues to work on the prevention of juvenile crime but is also very interested in mental health issues, particularly in promoting access to mental health services. In partnership with Jefferson County Public Schools, specifically the Sobesky Academy, the Lakewood Police Department and the Jefferson Center for Mental Health, she worked with the Lakewood Probation Department to develop an intensive supervision program for juveniles with behavioral health disorders. As Presiding Judge, she encouraged the formation by the Lakewood Municipal Court of the first Veterans’ Treatment Court in a municipal court in Colorado. The Lakewood Municipal Court also uses a host of innovative programs to encourage positive life changes including Teen Court, Girls Circle Program, Graffiti Clean-Up, and specialized supervision strategies to focus on those charged with domestic violence or prostitution.

Anne Stavig was appointed Presiding Municipal Judge for the City of Lakewood In July 2008. She is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the First Judicial Bar Association. She is on the Board of the Jefferson County Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee and is also a Board Member of the Youth Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program. Judge Stavig recently completed a 3 year term on the Board of Directors of the Jefferson Center for Mental Health. Her term as President of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association ended in April, 2017 but she remains very active as the Past President and as a Board Member for CMJA. That organization is involved in criminal justice reform to promote fundamental fairness, positive interventions for criminal offenders and greater efficiency through collaboration among various jurisdictions and agencies. She has two grown daughters, one attending her alma mater, Colorado College, and the other working in neuroscience research at the University of California, San Francisco. Judge Stavig lives in Lakewood with her husband, Hal.


Judge Daniel Ramsey

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Division B

Judge Daniel E. Ramsey was appointed municipal judge in November 1990. He graduated from Purdue University in Aeronautical Engineering in 1965. He then moved to the Denver area and has lived in Lakewood since 1977. Judge Ramsey, who has been married since 1966, has two married daughters and several grandchildren.

Judge Ramsey received his law degree from the University of Denver in 1972 and was admitted to practice in Colorado and practice before the U.S. District Court that same year. He was admitted to practice before the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court in 1980.

Judge Ramsey was an engineer/contracts specialist with the then Martin Marietta Corporation (1965 - 1973), was a prosecutor in the City of Englewood Municipal Court (1973 - 1975) and was a private practitioner and a part-time Arapahoe Community College instructor for two years (1975 - 1977). Judge Ramsey was an Assistant Jefferson County Attorney for 13 years (1977 - 1990) before taking the bench. He is a member of the American Judges Association, Colorado Bar Association, Colorado Municipal Judges and First Judicial District Bar Associations. He is also a longtime member of the Jefferson County Corrections Board.

Judge Corin Flannigan

Division C

Judge Corin Flannigan is a Colorado native having grown up and attended schools in Greeley, Colorado.  After graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a BA in English Literature, she attended Golden Gate University receiving her Juris Doctorate from that school in 1996.  Upon returning to Colorado, Judge Flannigan clerked with the Honorable Timothy Fasing of the 18th Judicial District Court before joining the staff of the Adams County District Attorney’s Office in 1998.  Judge Flannigan worked as a Deputy D.A. and a Senior Deputy D.A. for 8 years with the Adams County D.A.’s Office handling criminal cases at the misdemeanor, juvenile and felony levels.

After leaving the District Attorney’s Office Judge Flannigan worked as a writer for several years focusing on historical fiction.  From 2012 to 2014 she worked in the Aurora Municipal Court’s Problem Solving Court as a probation officer working with women charged with prostitution offenses.

Judge Flannigan is a member of numerous organizations including: the Denver and Colorado Bar Associations, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association, the Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop, the 17th Judicial District Victims’ Rights Awards Committee, the Front Range Anti-Trafficking Coalition and the Edison Elementary PTA.

Contact Information:

Municipal Court
445 South Allison Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80226
Direct: 303-987-7400