Brighton is a home rule municipality that is home to 30,000 residents. Brighton will be home to a $290 million Vestas manufacturing plant which is expected to produce wind turbines and nacelles in mass. The factory will supply Brighton with 1,350 brand new jobs to the region. Ground was broken on the factories’ on March 25, 2009.
Brighton is also home to a number of talented legal professionals. Lawyers in Brighton take cases like bankruptcy, divorce, real estate, wrongful termination, as well as criminal cases such as DUI and felony charges.
Recently in Brighton, former Fire Chief Marty DeLoach was named in a civil lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court by ex-firefighter Steve Moor. The lawsuit alleges that DeLoach terminated Moor in retaliation for openly supporting the creation of a union. Moor also alleges that his reassignment to downtown Brighton was retaliatory. Moor is seeking an excess of $75,000 in compensation for the violation of his free speech and due process rights.
If you have a lawsuit to file in Brighton, you will likely be visiting the Adams County Court
in downtown Brighton which has jurisdiction over tort, contract, real property not exceeding $15,000, small claims cases that do not exceed $7,500, traffic infractions, and preliminary felony and misdemeanor hearings. The Adams County 17th
Judicial District Court retains exclusive jurisdiction over domestic relations cases like divorce and child custody proceedings as well as juvenile cases except in Denver which has a separate Juvenile Court.
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