The Colorado Supreme Court issued its opinion in People v. Maser on June 4, 2012.
Appellate Jurisdiction – Appeals from the District Court
The supreme court holds that the court of appeals has jurisdiction to review a final judgment from the district court, even when it is questionable whether the district court had jurisdiction in a case that was not properly transferred from the county court. The supreme court recognizes the important public policy underlying the organized resolution of legal disputes, especially in areas where the county court and district court retain concurrent jurisdiction, and thus holds that review of a final district court order affecting a county court case is available in the court of appeals.
Summary and full case available here.