Are You Facing Criminal Charges?
Our lawyers are dedicated to defending those charged with crimes throughout Colorado, including Colorado Springs, Denver, Castle Rock, Golden, Boulder, Littleton, Aurora, Pueblo, Trinidad, and Cripple Creek. Criminal charges and convictions can have long-lasting effects on your life. They can affect your ability to gain employment, keep you from going into a particular career field, and sometimes affect your ability to rent an apartment.
We Can Help
At Katzman, Beck & Thom, P.C., we know the system in Colorado. While this may be the first time that you have encountered this type of situation, it is not ours. We have gone through this process thousands of times. As your attorneys, we will make certain that you understand the rights you have in your case. We will work with you to develop the best defense strategy and explain the options and potential outcomes in your case. After defending people for over 40 years, we are ready to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Do I Need A Criminal Defense Attorney?
If you are charged with Assault, Domestic Violence, Theft or Shoplifting, or Drug Charges, we recommend that you consult with an experienced criminal law attorney. The criminal justice system is an intricate and complicated place. You need someone on your side who can not only guide you through the process but who can also ensure that you have the best defense strategy possible. Your local criminal defense attorneys at Katzman, Beck & Thom, P.C., have over 30 years of experience defending against criminal charges and we are ready to put our extensive experience to work for you. If your liberty is at stake, Liberty Law Center is here to advocate for you and protect your rights.
What If It’s My First Offense?
Even one conviction can have a significant impact on your life. A traffic offense can affect your insurance rates, your privilege to drive, and you may even face jail time depending on the severity of the charge. A misdemeanor offense or felony can affect your ability to gain employment, keep you from going into a particular career field, prohibit you from owning a firearm, and sometimes affect your ability to rent an apartment or go to college. Subsequent convictions may carry harsher penalties such as increased fines, lengthy probation sentences, and mandatory jail or prison time.
Will I Go To Jail?
Misdemeanor and Felony offenses can result in jail or prison time – sometimes mandatory sentences – depending on the nature and severity of the charge. Surprisingly, many traffic offenses also carry the risk of jail time. At Katzman, Beck & Thom, P.C., we have the experience to guide you through the legal system, explain the potential sentences that can result from a charge, and we can help you obtain the best possible outcome. We will fight to keep you out of jail or prison whenever possible. If there is mandatory time required, we will aggressively defend you and work towards at least getting you a reduced sentence or sentence alternative.
Talk To One Of Our Attorneys About Your Case
At Katzman, Beck & Thom, P.C., we are here to help you. Give us a call to schedule a time to talk about your case, your questions, and how we can defend you against the charges you may have. It is free to talk to us, so do not wait!
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Frequently Asked Questions In Criminal Cases
These questions and answers are based on Colorado law as of January, 2008. Periodic updates will be made. Here you will find common Criminal Defense FAQs.
When you need personal legal advice and criminal defense service, call the attorneys at Liberty Law: 719-578-1183 or 303-795-0662 or email us for a free initial consultation.
Client was accused of sexually assaulting a woman while she was incapacitated by alcohol. He faced between 8-24 years in prison.
Our lawyers got the client acquitted of all charges at Jury Trial.
Client was charged with Felony Menacing-Domestic Violence. He faced up to 3 years in prison if convicted.
Our attorneys were able to get him a deferred sentence with public service.
Client accused of new shoplifting charge and was facing the revocation of a deferred sentence on a prior shoplifting case.
Our attorneys were able to get the new charged dismissed on a technicality and keep the deferred sentence intact.