Felony Defense In Colorado
Felonies in the state of Colorado are designated by Classes 1-6 or in some instances can be unclassified. The penalty schemes for felony defense are vast and specific to the circumstances involved with each case. It is important to note that not all persons convicted of a felony offense receive a sentence to prison. Colorado law authorizes many alternatives to prison including deferred prosecution, deferred sentencing, probation, and community corrections.*
“Severe sentencing guidelines and a broad range of consequences for each charge are the reasons you should retain a lawyer that focuses in the area of criminal defense. I have spent the last ten years representing criminal defendants,” states Colorado Springs criminal defense attorney Shimon Kohn.
We Craft Strategies For Your Defense
The specifics and the details of the charges you are facing are daunting and complicated, but most importantly very serious. The Kohn Law Firm law firm diligently builds comprehensive defense strategies for the felony areas of assault, burglary, menacing, motor vehicle theft, gun charges, theft, homicide, and burglary.
The criminal defense attorneys at The Kohn Law Firm can explain the circumstances of your felony defense case, define your options, and map out the steps to aggressively fight for your rights and your future.
“Every client I meet that is facing felony charges is scared – every one of them. It’s the fear of the unknown that can paralyze a client. Fear keeps them from taking immediate action. As soon as we meet and I explain their charges they relax, and we can start to talk about their choices to build a defense. If you’re facing charges, don’t wait. Let me help you,” urges Kohn.
FELONY CHARGES ARE COMPLICATED AND DAUNTING. WE ARE HERE TO HELP.
It is imperative you take action immediately. If you or someone you know is facing potential felony charges in Colorado Springs, contact a criminal defense lawyer at The Kohn Law Firm anytime at 719-328-9555. Don’t wait. Book your free, confidential, no-obligation consultation now.
*Source: Complete list of Colorado State Felony Class Definitions, visit Colorado.gov Colorado Legislative Council