You made a dumb mistake. You were in the wrong place at the wrong time. You have been unfairly accused of a crime. You’ve been charged with a crime.
A criminal conviction can come with hefty consequences. The stress and uncertainty of navigating through the court system is daunting. Your freedom may be at stake. Your job may be at stake. Your reputation may be at stake. Your family could be affected.
In Colorado, a criminal conviction carries consequences that very depending on the nature of the charge and the penalties statute of that charge. Regardless of misdemeanor or felony classification, criminal charges are serious matters and depending on the facts of your case, the consequences of a conviction could include:
- Work Release
- Court Fees
- Community Service
- Costly classes
- Permanent criminal record
- Loss and/or denial of driver’s license
- Loss and/or denial of professional license
- Loss and/or denial of immigration status
You don’t need to go through this alone. Whether you made a mistake and believe you deserve leniency or believe you have been unfairly accused, you need an attorney who will zealously fight on your behalf. You need an attorney who has extensive trial experience and knows how to convince a prosecutor, judge, or jury to reduce or dismiss your charge. With our firm, you have the benefit of skilled criminal defense attorneys with over 30 years of experience who have defended clients with charges ranging from petty offenses to death penalty cases.