We are your unwavering support system in navigating the complexities of criminal law in Boulder County, Colorado. With a rich history of successfully handling a diverse range of criminal cases throughout Colorado, we have earned a reputation for achieving favorable outcomes. From minor misdemeanors to complex felony charges, we are dedicated to securing the best possible result for our clients.
At MBS Law, we believe that every case deserves a tailored approach. Our criminal defense attorneys take the time to listen to your story, investigate the details, and craft a defense strategy that aligns with your specific circumstances and goals.
Ready to get started? Simply fill out the contact form below and a member of our team will be in touch to set up your free consultation.
Boulder County Combined Court
1777 6th St., Boulder, CO 80302
Mailing Address: PO Box 4249, Boulder, CO 80306
Boulder County Combined Court – Longmont
1035 Kimbark St, Longmont, CO 80501
This court location is open Monday through Friday, from 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm. Please note that the offices are closed from 12-1pm for a lunch break.
You can find additional information on the Boulder County court system HERE.
Public defenders are attorneys appointed by the court to represent individuals who cannot afford to hire a private attorney. However, you have the right to choose your own attorney if you wish to do so, which can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case. If you do hire a private attorney, you will receive personalized attention, a specialized focus on criminal defense, and the flexibility to tailor your defense strategy to your specific circumstances.
If you are looking for a private attorney in Boulder County to help with your criminal case, MBS Law is here to help. We work with our clients to find payment plans that suit their needs, ensuring you receive top-notch legal advocacy without undue financial stress. Contact our office today to discuss your case and see if we are the right fit.
Several factors can affect the length of a criminal case, including case complexity, court caseload, legal strategies, and negotiation timelines. Some cases may be resolved swiftly through negotiations, while others, especially those going to trial, may take more time. No matter the length of your specific case, rest assured that your MBS Law legal advocate will be there to support you every step of the way.
Yes, you can request a plea bargain in Boulder County. A plea bargain involves negotiating with the prosecution for a reduced charge or sentence in exchange for a guilty plea. An experienced attorney can guide you through this process and help you make informed decisions about plea negotiations.
Yes, Boulder County offers alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders. These alternatives may include probation, community service, drug treatment programs, or diversion programs. The availability of alternatives depends on the specific circumstances of the charges against you. Contact our office today to learn more about how these options may play a role in your case.
A criminal record can negatively impact your employment prospects in Boulder County. Many employers conduct background checks, and a criminal record can make it challenging to secure certain jobs. This is why it’s crucial to work with an attorney dedicated to defending your reputation and livelihood. By crafting a strategic defense, negotiating for reduced charges or penalties, and exploring options for record sealing or expungement, a knowledgeable attorney can help minimize the long-term impact on your employment prospects.
In Boulder County, you are considered “under the influence” if your blood alcohol content (BAC) is at or above 0.08. However, you can still be arrested for DUI even if your BAC is below this legal limit. Law enforcement can arrest you if they believe your ability to drive is impaired by drugs, alcohol, or a combination thereof.
If you are arrested for DUI in Boulder County, it’s essential to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. Our team can help you determine next steps and prevent you from incriminating yourself at any point in the process.
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