Municipal Court Judges

Judge Anne Stavig

Photo of Judge Anne Stavig

Division A

Judge Anne Stavig was appointed presiding municipal judge in July 2008. She graduated from Colorado College in Colorado Springs in 1981 with a degree in political science. She received her law degree in 1985 from the University of Colorado School of Law and was admitted to the Colorado bar in October 1985.

Judge Stavig started working with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office in 1984. 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 Judge Stavig to volunteer to return to the juvenile division in 2007. She continues to work on the prevention of juvenile crime.

Judge Stavig is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the First Judicial Bar Association, the Jefferson County Criminal Justice Strategic Planning Subcommittee on Juvenile Crime Prevention and the Jefferson County Criminal Justice Strategic Planning Subcommittee on System Performance. She is also a board member of the Youth Alcohol Intervention Program, is on the advisory council for the Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Grant and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association. She lives in Lakewood with her husband and two daughters.

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 seven 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 Robert Lochary

Division C 


Judge Robert Lochary has served as a part-time judge in Lakewood since May 2012. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern Illinois University in 1985 and a law degree from the University of Denver in 1993. 


Judge Lochary was sworn in as a deputy district attorney for the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office in 1993. During nine years as a prosecutor, he prosecuted adult felony, misdemeanor and juvenile cases.


From 2002 to 2008, Judge Lochary worked overseas for the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative. He began as a criminal law liaison in Bulgaria, where he helped design a computer crime training center for investigators, prosecutors and judges.He then served as the director of the ABA’s office in Belgrade, Serbia, helping to strengthen the independence of Serbia’s post-war judiciary.He subsequently served as the ABA’s regional director, supervising all of the ABA’s rule of law programs in the Balkans and in Central and Eastern Europe. Judge Lochary spent over two years in Afghanistan, first as the U.S. advisor to the Attorney General of Afghanistan and then as a representative of the U.S. State Department at Camp Sabalu-Harrison, helping development of Afghanistan’s National Security Courts.


Judge Lochary returned from Afghanistan in early 2012 and lives with his wife in Golden. They have a grown daughter who lives in Louisville.


Contact Information:

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