Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer
Arrested for an alleged criminal offense? Call Us!
When you come to The Evans Law Firm for help after an arrest, you can have confidence that your case is in the hands of an aggressive litigator, not a paper pusher. Many criminal defense attorneys do very little upfront work on their clients' cases, hoping that they will instead be able to get an easy plea bargain and then move on to the next case. Only when it is clear that the case will have to go to trial do they really start preparing for a fight. We take a different approach. Our team gets to work immediately on preparing for trial, and we assume that we will have to go all the way to defend our client.
Contact us at (303) 663-3905 to get started with a
free case evaluation.
Why Choose The Evans Law Firm?
Some attorneys will tell you how good they are. Our clients do it for us. We have a long list of happy clients, people who we have helped during their time of need and who we have defended against the harsh consequences of a criminal conviction. In recognition of this, Attorney Michael D. Evans has earned a 9.2 'Superb' rating from Avvo, and was even honored with the
Avvo Clients' Choice Award for 2013, a recognition reserved only for those attorneys who have received a large number of outstanding reviews from their clients. In addition to the Avvo rating,
we are also members of the following organizations:
- American Bar Association
- Better Business Bureau
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
- Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA)
- Denver Bar Association
We have earned the appreciation of the many people whom we have helped in the past, as well as the respect of our peers in the legal profession. You can trust in our ability to fight for you and to achieve the most favorable outcome to your case. We thoroughly investigate each case, research the applicable statutes and case law, and develop exhibits and witnesses so that we can step into the courtroom with a powerful case for our client. When the opposing party sees that our firm is ready to fight, your chances of receiving the best possible result go up. If the case does end up at trial, we will be fully prepared to defend your rights and your future. We are known as fearless advocates and creative problem solvers, and with a track record of 53 jury trials, we have proven time and again our ability to get results.
Drug Crime Defense Attorney in Denver
In the November 2012 elections, the voters of Colorado approved Amendment 64, becoming one of the first two states to legalize marijuana. Now, the legal status of marijuana in Denver and statewide is similar to that of alcohol. Adults aged 21 or older can grow limited quantities of cannabis, can possess up to an ounce of pot while traveling, and can give the drug as a gift to another adult aged 21 or older. Adults can also legally consume marijuana. Amendment 64 does not, however, give carte blanche in the cultivation, distribution and possession of marijuana.
You can still be arrested for drug possession if you are caught with more than an ounce, just as you can be arrested for
drug distribution based on allegations that you violated the laws concerning the sale or gifting of marijuana. We represent clients on charges involving marijuana offenses and other types of
drug crimes. America's War on Drugs has resulted in overcrowded prisons and the largest prison population in the world, while the rates of drug use continue to climb. We want to help you avoid the life-changing ramifications of a drug-related arrest, including fines and prison as well as a criminal record that could ruin your future.
Don't Speak with the Police
You might think that it should be relatively easy to resolve this situation by telling the police your side of the story. Maybe you have been called in for questioning and believe that you can handle the matter by being polite and helpful, explaining what happened and convincing the police officer or investigator of your innocence. This would be a serious mistake. Remember: The police officer's job is to investigate crimes and to arrest perpetrators. When you speak with the officer, he or she will not be looking for evidence to prove your innocence, but will instead be trying to get you to say things that can be used as evidence or may even be construed as a confession.
Unless you are a crime victim or witness, a police officer will only be talking to you because he or she suspects that you are guilty. Instead of talking to a police officer, politely say, "I am more than happy to answer all of your questions. Would you mind if I just get my attorney here before we begin?" Invoke your right to counsel and your right to remain silent at all times if you are serious about protecting yourself and maximizing your chances of avoiding a conviction. By hiring an attorney at the very outset of the case, it may even be possible to prevent an arrest and resolve the situation with a minimum of disruption in your life.
Speak with a Denver Criminal Defense Attorney
Contact us now for a free case evaluation. We offer this service so that you can get an unbiased opinion of your legal options and ask questions about your case. Most of the people who turn to us for help have never previously been involved in the criminal justice system, and they usually find themselves confused and distressed over what is happening to them. This situation can be enormously stressful, but it is not a situation that you have to face alone. Let the team at The Evans Law Firm guide you through the process and fight to defend your rights.
Contact us now.
in Denver and
cities throughout Arapahoe County, including Aurora, Centennial, Greenwood Village, Englewood,
and Littleton, as well as Castle Rock, Cherry Creek, Lone Tree, Parker, Lakewood,