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919 7th Street, Suite 102
Greeley, CO 80631
phone: (970) 350-9230
fax: (970) 350-9231
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Presiding Municipal Judge

Brandi Nieto
Presiding Municipal Judge

Assistant Municipal Judge Frick

We sat down with Presiding Municipal Judge Brandi Nieto for a little Q & A. Read a little more about her»

Nieto earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Colorado State University in Pueblo, Colorado in 2000 and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado School of Law in 2003. Nieto completed an internship with the Colorado Attorney’s General Office and served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Stephen M. Munsinger in the 1st Judicial District. Nieto served as a Deputy District Attorney in the Weld County District Attorney’s Office from 2005-2010 where she prosecuted misdemeanor, traffic and felony cases.

In mid-2010, Nieto sought opportunities to diversify her knowledge and skills and accepted employment in a private law firm where she has practiced domestic, criminal, civil and bankruptcy law. Nieto has also served as an Assistant Municipal Judge in Greeley since December of 2011. An active member of the community, Nieto has served in a volunteer capacity with many organizations including A Woman’s Place, Inc., the American Cancer Society, the Boys and Girls Club of Weld County and the Weld Food Bank.

The Greeley Municipal Judge serves as the administrative hearing officer for cases involving liquor licenses, animal and zoning issues, code violations, as well as traffic and minor criminal cases.

Assistant Municipal Judges

Kimberly Emil
Assistant Municipal Court Judge

Judge Kimberly Emil serves as one of the City of Greeley’s Assistant Municipal Court Judges.

In addition to her duties as an Assistant Municipal Judge, Judge Emil serves the City of Greeley as an Hearing Officer for administrative hearings and for the City of Greeley Liquor Licensing Authority. She also is the Presiding Municipal Judge for the town of Wiggins, Colorado and is a prosecutor for the City of Windsor, Colorado. Judge Emil has previously served the Weld County Combined Court as a magistrate.

Judge Emil is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Weld County Bar Association, and the Colorado Municipal Judges Association.

Robert J. Frick
Assistant Municipal Judge

Assistant Municipal Judge FrickJudge Robert J. Frick served as the Presiding Municipal Judge for the City of Greeley in 2008 and remains with the city in the role of Assistant Judge. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Iowa in 1995 and his Juris Doctor from the Creighton University School of Law in 1999. After completing internships with the Creighton Legal Clinic and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Omaha, Nebraska, Judge Frick was hired by the Weld County District Attorney’s Office in 2000 where he prosecuted misdemeanor, traffic, juvenile and felony cases until his appointment to the municipal bench.

An active member of the community, Judge Frick is involved with the Boy Scouts of America. In 2007, he earned the “Beyond the Badge” award from the District Attorney’s Office in part for volunteer work he completed during the blizzard of 2006. Judge Frick’s hobbies focus around his passion for the outdoors and he spends much of his free time climbing Colorado’s 14ers, camping, and other outdoor activities.

Judge Frick is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Weld County Bar Association, and the board of directors for the Colorado Municipal Judges Association.

Anita Icenogle
Assistant Municipal Court Judge

Judge Anita Icenogle serves as one of the City of Greeley’s Assistant Municipal Court Judges. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in Denver and her Juris Doctor from Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California.

In addition to her duties as an Assistant Municipal Judge, Judge Icenogle works as special counsel for the Law Offices of Louise Bousari, of Greenwood Village, Colorado. This is a specialized practice involving juvenile delinquency and other general juvenile law. Prior to her appointment to the municipal court bench, Judge Icenogle also served as a law clerk for the District Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, California, and as a deputy public defender for the Orange County Public Defender’s Office and the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office.

Judge Icenogle is a member of the California Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, and the Denver Bar Association. She is licensed to practice law in both California and Colorado.

Diane Knutson
Assistant Municipal Judge

Diane Knutson, Assistant Municipal Judge

Judge Diane Knutson serves as one of the City of Greeley’s Assistant Municipal Court Judges and hearing officers for the City of Greeley Liquor Licensing Authority.

Judge Knutson attended the University of Northern Colorado for her undergraduate studies and earned a Juris Doctor in 1978 from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, CA.

She has spent most of her career in southwestern Colorado as an attorney in private practice and Assistant Municipal Judge for the City of Durango until her appointment as Presiding Municipal Judge. Additionally, in 1996, Judge Knutson was appointed Municipal Judge for the Town of Ignacio and later, as Assistant Municipal Judge for the Town of Pagosa Springs.

Judge Knutson is a long time member of the Colorado Municipal Judges Association. She has served as a board member, office and President of the organization.

Having lived in Greeley previously, Judge Knutson considers it a privilege to be back and in a position to make a positive impact on the community as Assistant Municipal Judge for the City of Greeley. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, playing the flute, attending the symphony and local theater productions, traveling and sports.