Colorado criminal defense lawyer Michael Becker has been achieving charge dismissals, reductions, and acquittals for a quarter of a century. A member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Michael is the only attorney with a perfect 100 score on lawyer.com. He earned the additional distinction of being a National Advocacy for DUI Defense "Nationally Ranked Superior DUI Attorney".
Se habla español. Formerly a deputy public defender, Colorado criminal defense attorney Tanner Spracklen gained extensive experience in all stages of litigation in both felony and misdemeanor cases. Recognized as a "Top 40 under 40" attorney by the National Trial Lawyers, he is also skilled in representing clients in temporary and permanent restraining/protection order litigation. He earned his JD from the University of Nebraska's College of Law and graduated cum laude from University of South Dakota.
Mark Savoy used to be a prosecutor with the 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office. Now he uses that "insider information" to beat prosecutors at their game. He knows how to negotiate significant charge reductions and dismissals without having to resort to trial.
An alumnus of University of Kansas School of Law, he honed his legal writing skills at the Legislative Research Department. And he was exposed to the entire depth and breath of criminal defense practice during his time serving at Legal Aid in Douglas County.
Jason is devoted to negotiating the best resolutions possible for his clients. He can usually get charges reduced or dismissed without heavy litigation or a trial.
Jason moved to Colorado from Florida, where he earned his J.D. from Florida State University Law School. He also earned a Masters degree from FSU and a Bachelor degree from University of South Florida.
A former Colorado deputy public defender, criminal defense attorney Alan Davis now uses his experience to fight tirelessly for our clients' rights and freedom. Alan can usually negotiate extremely favorable settlements without a trial.
A cum laude graduate of UNLV's Boyd School of Law, Adam Solinger started honing his love of criminal defense back in his college days by working as a research assistant on such important legal topics as medical marijuana and death with dignity. He expanded on his law school studies by externing for a local judge and competing in Moot Court and Client Counseling competitions. Also licensed in Nevada, he is especially skilled at negotiating tough cases that result in charge dismissals and/or substantial charge reductions with minimal penalties.
Assisting our attorneys are case manager Danielle Hebert, and paralegal Diane Barrera (se habla español), who are devoted to keeping our clients informed, comforted, and empowered throughout the duration of their cases.