Fort Collins Criminal Defense Attorneys
The Fort Collins criminal defense attorneys at Schwartz and Waible, LLC are experienced and caring trial attorneys defending adults and children in Northern Colorado against all levels of felony/misdemeanor charges, juvenile charges, as well as assisting in divorce/legal separation and record sealing/expungement.
Life can be unpredictable. A fun night out with friends can end with you in the back seat of a police car, your child can get caught up in a situation that jeopardizes his or her future, or you could find that your deteriorating marriage has finally come to an end. It is in these moments of turmoil that you and your loved ones need experienced, compassionate Fort Collins criminal defense attorneys who can guide you through the legal system and protect your rights in court.
Felony, misdemeanor and juvenile defense law focuses on the constitutional rights of adults and children accused by the District Attorney of breaching a criminal law statute. The primary focus of our practice is all levels of felonies and misdemeanors, domestic violence accusations, and DUI and traffic offenses. Our Fort Collins criminal defense attorneys have spent thousands of hours in the courtroom in both rural and urban jurisdictions, so we know what it takes to make sure your rights are protected.
Our Fort Collins criminal defense attorneys also specialize in divorce and legal separation, DUI & DWAI, as well as record sealing and expungement. During divorces and separations, there are many questions, concerns, and situations that require legal knowledge in order to be navigated through successfully. As Fort Collins criminal defense attorneys, we have the proper tools and know-how to get you through these trying times. If you are having trouble qualifying for jobs or housing due to a past mistake, we can help you determine if you are eligible to petition for record sealing or expungement.
Additional Practice Areas
One of the scariest and most confusing events a family can face is when a child is accused of a crime.
Colorado law allows for a person to seal their arrest records or criminal records.
It is very common for people to be falsely accused of possessing illegal drugs.
Misdemeanor or felony assault charges are very serious and require legal assistance.
Domestic violence charges have been becoming increasingly common in recent years.