Municipal Prosecution

Court Room

Hours of Operation

The Municipal Prosecutor's Office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Friday but is closed Tuesdays at 4 p.m. The office is closed daily from noon to 1 p.m. during the lunch hour.

Overview

The City Attorney Municipal Prosecution Office (CAMP) consists of one chief municipal prosecutor, who serves as the office supervisor, one legal office support administrator, three municipal prosecutors, one municipal prosecutor who also serves as an assistant city attorney, and  three legal investigators. CAMP is responsible for prosecuting Lakewood municipal code violations in Municipal Court. These cases include traffic, adult, and juvenile misdemeanor-level criminal violations.

 

Chief Municipal Prosecutor: Jenna Roth

Legal Office Support Administrator: Theresa Gonzales

Assistant City Attorney: Michelle Kline

Municipal Prosecutor: Carolyn Wolf

Municipal Prosecutor: Emily Grogg

Municipal Prosecutor: Lauren Stanek

The legal Investigators are responsible for preparing cases for trial, which includes but is not limited to, gathering evidence and interviewing victims and witnesses. 

 

Legal Investigator: Carolyn Yurchick

Legal Investigator: Carla Lenzini

Legal Investigator: Kelli Vera

The attorneys in the City Attorney's Office represent the City of Lakewood, and therefore cannot give legal advice to residents or other individuals or entities.

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