Hoffman Law represents clients who have been arrested, are the target of a criminal investigation, or are a potential witness to a law enforcement or legal agency inquiry. I recognize the potential ramifications that any criminal conduct can have on a person’s future, and I understand the need for aggressive and qualified representation to protect your liberties. I also understand the extreme financial burden that clients are often faced with when forced to choose between defending themselves against criminal charges or paying the rent. At Hoffman Law, I offer flexible and affordable payment plans as unique as the circumstances of your case.
Hoffman Law provides the experienced representation, both inside and outside the courtroom, that is crucially needed for someone who has been charged with a crime. In Colorado, most crimes are prosecuted at the state level. Hoffman Law represents clients on charges ranging from misdemeanors, to non-violent felonies, to violent felonies, including the following:
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Drug Crimes
- Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance
- Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance
- Theft and Larceny
- Motor Vehicle Theft
- Identity theft
- Sex Crimes
- Rape, Sexual Assault, and Sexual Abuse
- Gun possession
- Domestic violence
- Gambling Crimes
- White Collar Crime
- Computer Crime
- Credit Card Fraud
- Health care Fraud
- Insurance Fraud
- Mortgage Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Criminal Conspiracy
When you first face criminal charges there are many decisions to be made, and it is best to speak with a qualified lawyer. In many circumstances, a lawyer may be able to work out a plea bargain A plea bargain is, in essence, a compromise. Usually, someone will plead guilty to a lesser crime, and the prosecutor will recommend a lesser sentence to the judge. If a guilty plea is not entered, then the case may go to trial, either in the form of a bench trial or a trial by a jury. Plea bargains may be negotiated and entered until the end of trial. Before and during trial, a criminal defense lawyer will formulate a defense, collect evidence, hire investigators, hire expert witnesses, and prepare for testimony and examination, or questioning. It is possible that a trial will end in a guilty verdict and, thus, sentencing.
Conviction at trial and sentencing is almost always not a person’s best outcome when facing criminal charges. That is why it makes sense to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney from the outset of your case. At Hoffman Law, I will work to get your case dismissed, arrange a plea bargain to lessen or eliminate your sentence, and provide experienced and competent representation at trial.
If you would like to set up a free consultation, call (720) 441-4252 or contact Hoffman Law online.