The penalties for a conviction of alcohol- or drug-related offenses while driving can be very severe in Colorado. Depending upon the circumstances of the incident that led to criminal charges being filed, a person might be sentenced with an extended prison term, loss of driving privileges and/or substantial monetary fines. Typically, it would most likely prove beneficial for someone facing such charges in court to seek consultation with a criminal defense lawyer.
Pearson & Paris, P.C., offers help for those charged with crimes related to motor vehicle accidents or traffic violations where alcohol consumption is a leading factor in the case. Our team of legal professionals is dedicated to providing sound legal counsel to those facing misdemeanor or felony charges. As our top attorney is a former senior prosecutor, we have insight to both sides of the law that allows us to be thorough, aggressive and effective in defense of our clients.
If you have been charged with DUI, or have been accused of intoxicated manslaughter, vehicular assault or reckless driving resulting in injury to another person, we can investigate the details leading up to and following your arrest to ensure that your constitutional rights have not been violated in any way. Whether this is a first offense or you have prior convictions on your record, we will prepare a defense strategy to help you obtain the most positive outcome possible. As your legal advocate, we will be by your side from the moment of your initial consultation throughout the preparation for and progression of your trial.
Our website offers a toll free number for those in Colorado who are in need of our services. You can contact Pearson & Paris, P.C., for a free consultation so that we can assess your case and help you determine what options might be available to you. Facing criminal charges can be stressful and worrisome to those involved. It might be of comfort to know that there are experienced legal professionals in the area who are prepared and willing to help you defend your case.