Judge (magistrate) Ryan Loewer

Ryan P Loewer – Jefferson County Magistrate

Just like we spotlight judges and magistrates that need to be retained in Jefferson County, Colorado and the US we need to spotlight Judges and Magistrates like Ryan Loewer that should never wear a black robe. Should never be given the power to make adult decisions or destroy another human’s life. Magistrate Loewer is the first judge on our do not retain list. There are many reasons to note vote for this man but we will touch on the highlights. Keep in mind this is only the opinion for the group Reform Our Family Courts Now. The group that focuses on equal right in family court, constitutional rights and fairness and judicial oversight in a system that conducts most of their trials behind closed doors.

Magistrate (Judge) Loewer Seems to Ignore Evidence

On at least one trial Loewer seemed (in our opinion) over stepped his authority by completely ignoring evidence and the evidence he didn’t ignore he flat out distorted and did not understand it. He seems to be a very dangerous man to have such great power handed to him by the state of Colorado. Any judge like Ryan Loewer that completely ignores civil and constitutional rights of anyone in their court should be removed from the bench. Any judge that completely over steps their authority (again our opinion) and with the bang of the gavel takes away the freedom of people that have not even actually committed a crime is nothing more than a narcissistic monster fulfilling their own ego. To have that kind of person in our court system that is already broken, is extremely dangerous to our freedom.

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Jefferson County CO Stay at Home Shelter in Place Order for Coronavirus

Three Metro Denver Public Health Departments Issue Stay-At-Home Orders to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

March 25, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Chana Goussetis
Boulder County Public Health
303-441-1457
cgoussetis@bouldercounty.org

Ashley Sever
Jefferson County Public Health
720-431-6057
asever@jeffco.us

Becky O’Guin
Tri-County Health Department
720-320-3087
boguin@tchd.org

Jefferson County CO Stay at home
Jefferson County Shelter in Place

Please stay home if you live in Jefferson County CO. It is for a short time and the sooner we can flatten this curve in Jefferson County the faster we can open the state back up and get back to our lives. 

Jefferson County, Colo. — Three public health departments serving more than 2 million residents across the Metro Denver region joined together to issue Stay-At-Home Public Health Orders in their counties today, effective March 26 at 8:00 a.m. until April 17 unless officials determine it is in the interest of public health to expire at an earlier date and time. The departments include Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department (which serves Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties). The final orders will be available and online around 10 a.m. today.

“There is widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the Metro Denver area, and we must take bold actions to stop the spread of this virus,” said John M. Douglas, Jr., MD, executive director of Tri-County Health Department. “With each passing day, we run a growing risk of greater transmission and illness and quickly overwhelming our hospitals, which are really a resource for our entire region and state. When this happens, not everyone may get the care they need. It’s a real possibility in Colorado — and a situation which has already occurred in countries such as Italy — and which is threatening to happen in major U.S. cities in other areas of our country. We understand the toll that measures to address the pandemic are having on our communities, and we want to reassure residents that this step is temporary, and a critical one to get us closer to recovery.”

These Stay-At-Home Orders are in addition to other recently issued public health orders that promote social distancing, such as those from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. While beneficial, we do not believe they have done enough to slow transmission. The Stay-At-Home Orders go a step further by requiring individuals to do their part by staying at home and away from others.

The Public Health Orders require that all people in each county stay at their place of residence, and that they make every effort possible to conduct only essential activities necessary to maintain health and well-being, such as getting groceries, obtaining medical supplies or medication, and/or engaging in outdoor activities like walking, hiking or running while following other social distancing practices.

Work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing, is also permitted. People at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and people who are sick are urged to stay in their residence except to seek medical care.

“Scientific evidence shows that we must act now, at this stage of the COVID-19 emergency, in order to save lives in the long-run. It will give us the time we need to test comprehensively and to slow the spread of the virus to prevent our health care system from being overwhelmed,” said Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health executive director.

“The virus is easily spread through person-to-person contact, and the risk of transmission is much greater when people are in close proximity,” said Dr. Mark B. Johnson, Jefferson County Public Health executive director. “This order will help protect everyone in our community by ensuring social distancing measures are followed. By taking this action now, we can start to flatten the pandemic curve. ”
Examples of Activities Permitted and Not Permitted Under the Stay-At-Home Orders*

Permitted

  • Getting medical care for you, a family member or your pet
  • Visiting a health care professional
  • Getting medical supplies or medication
  • Going to get groceries, food (via takeout, drive-thru, food banks/pantries) or other essential household items
  • Getting supplies to work from home
  • Picking up materials from your child’s school needed for distance learning (tablet, books)
  • Going outside for physical activity, as long as you stay at least 6 feet away from people who are not in your household and follow social distancing practices
  • Going to work, ONLY if you provide essential products or services at an essential business (health care operations, infrastructure operations and maintenance, certain government functions)

Not Permitted

  • In-person public or private gatherings of any size with people outside of your residence
  • Traveling, except to get or provide essential services or medical care
  • Carpooling with anyone outside of your residence

*This is not a comprehensive list. Please refer to the orders for a complete list of essential activities and services, as well as social distancing requirements.

During the stay-at-home period, we encourage our communities to stay connected with one another and take steps to maintain health and well-being. Here are some ideas:

  • Call or video chat with friends, neighbors and family.
  • Go for a walk outside, but keep at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Plan a family game night with people who already live in your home.
  • Read a good book, listen to music or stream a favorite show.
  • Cook a healthy meal.
  • Get a head-start on spring cleaning.
  • Do arts and crafts — get creative and use what’s available in your home.

For more information about COVID-19 and resources availability in your community:

Boulder County
Jefferson County
Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties

Three Metro Denver Public Health Departments Issue Stay-At-Home Orders to Stop Spread of COVID-19

Jefferson County, Colo. — Three public health departments serving more than 2 million residents across the Metro Denver region joined together to issue Stay-At-Home Public Health Orders in their counties today, effective March 26 at 8:00 a.m. until April 17 unless officials determine it is in the interest of public health to expire at an earlier date and time. The departments include Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department (which serves Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties). The final orders will be available and online around 10 a.m. today. 

“There is widespread transmission of COVID-19 in the Metro Denver area, and we must take bold actions to stop the spread of this virus,” said John M. Douglas, Jr., MD, executive director of Tri-County Health Department. “With each passing day, we run a growing risk of greater transmission and illness and quickly overwhelming our hospitals, which are really a resource for our entire region and state. When this happens, not everyone may get the care they need. It’s a real possibility in Colorado — and a situation which has already occurred in countries such as Italy — and which is threatening to happen in major U.S. cities in other areas of our country. We understand the toll that measures to address the pandemic are having on our communities, and we want to reassure residents that this step is temporary, and a critical one to get us closer to recovery.”

These Stay-At-Home Orders are in addition to other recently issued public health orders that promote social distancing, such as those from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. While beneficial, we do not believe they have done enough to slow transmission. The Stay-At-Home Orders go a step further by requiring individuals to do their part by staying at home and away from others.

The Public Health Orders require that all people in each county stay at their place of residence, and that they make every effort possible to conduct only essential activities necessary to maintain health and well-being, such as getting groceries, obtaining medical supplies or medication, and/or engaging in outdoor activities like walking, hiking or running while following other social distancing practices.

Work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing, is also permitted. People at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and people who are sick are urged to stay in their residence except to seek medical care.

“Scientific evidence shows that we must act now, at this stage of the COVID-19 emergency, in order to save lives in the long-run. It will give us the time we need to test comprehensively and to slow the spread of the virus to prevent our health care system from being overwhelmed,” said Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health executive director.

 “The virus is easily spread through person-to-person contact, and the risk of transmission is much greater when people are in close proximity,” said Dr. Mark B. Johnson, Jefferson County Public Health executive director. “This order will help protect everyone in our community by ensuring social distancing measures are followed. By taking this action now, we can start to flatten the pandemic curve.”

Examples of Activities Permitted and Not Permitted Under the Stay-At-Home Orders*
PermittedNot permitted
Getting medical care for you, a family member or your petVisiting a health care professionalGetting medical supplies or medicationGoing to get groceries, food (via takeout, drive-thru, food banks/pantries) or other essential household itemsGetting supplies to work from homePicking up materials from your child’s school needed for distance learning (tablet, books)Going outside for physical activity, as long as you stay at least 6 feet away from people who are not in your household and follow social distancing practicesGoing to work, ONLY if you provide essential products or services at an essential business (health care operations, infrastructure operations and maintenance, certain government functions)In-person public or private gatherings of any size with people outside of your residenceTraveling, except to get or provide essential services or medical careCarpooling with anyone outside of your residence

*This is not a comprehensive list. Please refer to the orders for a complete list of essential activities and services, as well as social distancing requirements.

During the stay-at-home period, we encourage our communities to stay connected with one another and take steps to maintain health and well-being. Here are some ideas:

  • Call or video chat with friends, neighbors and family.
  • Go for a walk outside, but keep at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Plan a family game night with people who already live in your home.
  • Read a good book, listen to music or stream a favorite show.
  • Cook a healthy meal.
  • Get a head-start on spring cleaning.
  • Do arts and crafts — get creative and use what’s available in your home.

For more information about COVID-19 and resources availability in your community: 

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Judge Diego Hunt 1st Judicial District Jefferson County

Judge Diego Hunt Jefferson County

Judge Diego Hunt Must Be Retained – 1st Judicial District Jefferson County

Judge Diego Hunt was the only fair judge in Jefferson County I have had in my 5 year long nightmare of abuse from my ex and the family courts. It was told me by my first attorney that neither party should walk away from a trial or hearing feeling they “won”. Although that is an awful way to look at family court it is true. This is lost on narcissists and abusers. People that use the system for their own little revenge tool.

Diego Hunt is Equally Fair and Mean to Both Parties

I was not 100% satisfied with Judge Diego Hunt’s ruling or his depiction of me. With that being said it was very fair. He didn’t necessarily understand or acknowledge why I was a “jerk” as he put it. I wish he would of understand my life for the last 5 years was equivalent of someone being abused on a daily bases by an awful person. I would assume he wouldn’t consider a woman being abused that was upset as a “jerk”. He also grossly misrepresented my income in my opinion. I have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on attorney and court costs including some of my ex’s attorney fees. He failed to understand I have fought false allegations, watched my ex perjur herself every time she sat on the stand. I watched her attorneys lie and distort the facts and lie to try to steal my children. So yes after 5 years of that, I am a jerk and damn proud of it!

He is Still The Best Around

Back to Diego Hunt. With that rant above being said he is still the best of about 8 judges and magistrates I have had the misfortune to be in their courtroom. He allowed every piece of evidence that should be admitted allowed in. All the ones that should not be allowed he refused. He did this to both parties. I was disappointed so was the other party. He is extremely fair and should be retained.     

The final thing that makes it so clear Diego Hunt must be retained is my narcissistic, control freak, woman that believes men are merely sperm donors and should never have a relationship with their children is filing an appeal. On the most ridiculous grounds. Just because Diego Hunt saw through her bullshit it made her upset.  Diego Hunt makes sure he is always fair to all parties.

Hunt Doesn’t Let Attorneys Pull Any Crap

Thank you for being the most fair judge I have experienced in Jefferson County in my 5 years of fighting an evil person with evil attorneys. Thank you for thinking of what is best for my children and doing your job. I will vote to retain you sir. But I would like you to know I am not a jerk. I am a guy that is fed up with the bullshit and really just wants to be left alone and be the best dad I can be. Too many judges allow attorney to walk all over them Judge Hunt doesn’t.

Judge Hunt Thinks About the Children – Not Every Judge in Jefferson County Does

One of the reasons Diego Hunt makes such a fair judge is because he is a father and a husband. He understands just how important both parents are to the children. There is no doubt that Judge Hunt cuts through the BS that the attorneys pile on. That is why some attorneys that the only game plan they have is to lie and manipulate the system just don’t care for this honorable man. I am on the other end of the opinion, along with 97% of the population that believes we need more judges like Diego Hunt and less attorneys that lie, manipulate and try to use the system to seek revenge for their clients.

Diego Hunt Jefferson County

Judge Diego Hunt 1st Judicial District Jefferson County
Judge Diego Hunt

 

Fairness and Compassion

5/5

Interpretation Of the Law

5/5

Understanding Constitution

5/5

Judge's Overall Rating

5/5