Sheriff's Civil and Criminal Process Docket Books, 1932-1959
Scope and Contents
Sheriff's Civil and Criminal Process Docket Books document the service of process to parties in a lawsuit. Service of process is the procedure by which the parties are given notice that they must respond to a court proceeding. Notice is furnished by delivering a set of court documents (called "process") to the person being served.
Docket books may contain the following: case number; court; names of plaintiff and defendant; type of process served; name of officer serving; name of parties served; location process was served; date received, date served and date returned; fees or mileage incurred; and expense chargeable to the county.
The earliest docket book (Docket Book A) includes loose pages of Sheriff's notes dated January 1942 and January 1943. Docket Book 1 includes a letter dated October 8, 1958 from Robert C. Vitatoe to Director Grout of the State Dept. of Parole regarding his parole status.
- Record Keeping: 1932
- Record Keeping: 1943
- Record Keeping: 1945-1959
- Jefferson County (Colo.). Sheriff's Office (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Archives collection material is non-circulating, requires staff retrieval and is available for use by appointment in the reading room.
1.90 Cubic Feet (Six volumes)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transferred to the Archives by the Sheriff's Office in 2000.
Processed by Ronda Frazier in 2012.
- Court records -- Jefferson County (Colo.) Subject Source: Local sources
- Dockets Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Process (Law) -- Jefferson County (Colo.) -- Dockets Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Part of the Jefferson County Archives Repository
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