My promise in the criminal defense of a felony or misdemeanor is to minimize the consequences. If you have already been arrested and spent time in jail, I cannot erase that experience. But the objective is to avoid a felony conviction and any further incarceration. Every lawyer should know the law and be able to apply it for a successful outcome. But with 42 years of experience, I understand how the dynamics of a prosecution, including personalities, perceptions and emotions, can be used to a client's advantage.
The first effort is directed towards a dismissal of the felony or misdemeanor. The evidence must be thoroughly examined; looking for errors, omissions and conflicts. Witnesses must be interviewed and evaluated and all defense theories must be examined.
Your record is for life and when you are accused of a felony or misdemeanor every legal, intellectual and persuasive skill must be used to defeat the accusation and protect your freedom and reputation.
No lawyer can guarantee the outcome of a case, but I will provide you with the energy, experience and commitment to minimize the consequences and deliver the best possible outcome of a felony, misdemeanor or traffic prosecution.
Arrrested? Remember you have the right to remain silent. Use it.
Call me today (970-871-7400) to discuss your questions, needs and how the threatened consequences can be avoided. Don't wait. Delay is not your friend.
See my Three Strategies to Avoid a Felony Conviction
Read about the 8 steps to an arrest and prosecution for more information about the arrest and prosecution procedure.
After a felony conviction, you will be subject to supervised probation.
"Over the last fourteen years, I have tried more jury trials than any practicing attorney in the 14th Judicial District (Routt County, Moffat County, and Grand County Colorado including Steamboat Springs, Craig, and Hot Sulphur Springs) with consistent success."
-- Larry D. Combs
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