Colorado Violent Crime Lawyers

Charged with a Violent Crime?

A "violent crime" is defined as a behavior by a person against another person or physical property that threatens, attempts, or actually causes physical harm. Violent offenses are often motivated by hatred or strong emotions and can result in the most serious and mandatory punishments of all crime types. Violent crimes usually carry with them large bail amounts, and sometimes the courts do not grant bail at all. Occasionally, an individual can be held under these circumstances based on nothing more than one witness’s version of events. Violent crimes range from simple assault or attempted assault to murder and can carry a wide variety of sentences, mandatory prison sentences. and the death penalty in some jurisdictions. The high stakes and high emotions involved in violent crime cases demand a team approach by an experienced defense attorney.

Defending Violent Crime Charges in Colorado from Denver

Police TapeA case involving accusations of violent crime can be quite complex. Prosecutors will consider physical evidence, a client's past criminal history, motive, intent, access to weapons, witness testimony, forensic analysis, and other circumstantial evidence in building their case against a client.

Our experienced trial attorneys include defense attorneys who have worked as federal, military and state prosecutors and have inside knowledge of the federal and state criminal processes. Our approach begins with bringing together professionals with a wide range of experience and expertise. Our client's cases are led by a top violent crime defense attorney with proven experience in the courtroom and a track record of exceptional results in this area. Depending on the nature of the charge, we will also work closely with leading experts and analysts.

If you or someone you know may be facing criminal charges related to violent crimes, please do not hesitate to call us for a confidential consultation. Early intervention is critical to obtaining the best results.