Charged with a Denver Crime?Hire a Lawyer Who Gets Results
There are many things you want when you hire a Colorado defense attorney. Someone with experience. With in-depth knowledge of state laws – particularly the charges you are facing. Someone who will take the time to guide you through the process and explain what’s happening. Who gets glowing testimonials from past clients.
However, perhaps the most important mark of a good criminal lawyer is their track record. You want to see results that favor their clients. When it comes to Denver defense attorneys, that means getting charges reduced, dropped, or dismissed – or reaching non-guilty verdicts at trial. Jacob Martinez has an extensive track record of doing just that, and he will do his utmost to ensure you receive the most favorable results if you choose to work with him.
Take a look at some of his past case results, then reach out to get started on protecting your rights and future.
Jefferson County DUI case, with 2+ Prior Convictions
PEOPLE V. H.K.
Arapahoe County Domestic Violence case
PEOPLE V. J.J.
Broomfield County Domestic Violence case
PEOPLE V. D.C.Z.
Arapahoe County Felony Theft case
PEOPLE V. M.N.
Dismissed with No Charges Filed
Jefferson County Felony Theft case
PEOPLE V. C.V.
Boulder County Felony Theft case
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The longer you wait to start building your defense against criminal charges, the harder they will be to fight. Why? Because you are essentially giving the prosecutor a head start. Moreover, when you are in a pressured position — an interrogation room, for instance — you may find yourself talking under the assumption that you have no choice. Far too often, this results in people saying things that hurt their case. The right time to reach out to a knowledgeable defense attorney is always: as soon as possible. As soon as you are charged — or even if you just sense the possibility of criminal charges on the horizon — stay quiet and request an attorney.
The Law Office of Jacob E. Martinez can advise when you can speak for yourself and when they should speak on your behalf. The difference between a charge and an acquittal really can hang in the balance of just a few words.
Do not take Colorado criminal charges lightly. Navigating our criminal justice system on your own could lead to dire, life-long consequences. This is true in some situations even if your charges seem relatively minor. Far too often, there are hidden costs and punishments that people do not know about until it is too late.
Give your case the attention and respect it deserves. Fill out our online case evaluation form, or reach out to the Law Office of Jacob E. Martinez today for a free initial consultation. You will rest easier knowing your case is in skilled hands.
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