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.