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Expert Criminal Defense in Douglas County, Colorado

Defending Your Freedom in Douglas County, Colorado: Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you are facing criminal charges in Douglas County, Colorado, turn to MBS Law for legal support. With a rich history of over 35 years defending criminal cases, our firm offers unparalleled expertise in navigating the Colorado legal system. Our team of highly skilled and compassionate attorneys is dedicated to providing personalized, unwavering support to each and every client. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Cases We Handle

Comprehensive Criminal Defense Solutions
At MBS Law, we understand the significance of safeguarding our clients’ rights and future, leaving no stone unturned in building a robust defense strategy. Our unwavering commitment to securing the best possible outcomes, paired with our comprehensive knowledge of Douglas County’s legal landscape, instills confidence in those who seek our representation during their most challenging times.
Our practice areas include:
If you are in need of a criminal defense lawyer in Douglas County, the MBS attorneys are ready and able to support you.

Douglas County Court: What to Expect

Where is the Douglas County Courthouse located?
Douglas County Courthouse
4000 Justice Way Ste. 2009, Castle Rock, CO 80109
Open Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 4:30pm.
Please note that all temporary protection orders (TPOs) must be filled out and filed by 4pm. This court location also requires e-filing for several case types, including domestic, criminal, misdemeanor, traffic, and juvenile delinquency.
You can find additional information on the Douglas County court system HERE.
How should I act during my court hearing?
We understand that appearing in court can be nerve-wracking and overwhelming. While MBS Law is here to ensure the best possible legal outcome in your case, we always encourage clients to do the following to make a good impression with the judge and jury.
  • Be respectful and courteous. Make sure to show respect to everyone in the courtroom, including the judge, jury, attorneys, and court staff. Address the judge as “Your Honor” and avoid interrupting others while they are speaking.
  • Dress appropriately. Don’t wear anything that draws unnecessary attention or distracts from the proceedings. Wear an outfit that is professional, conservative, and reflects the seriousness of the situation.
  • Remain calm and composed. We understand that it is easy to get flustered in a courtroom setting, but remember that your attorneys are here to help. Try your best to stay composed and to control your emotions throughout the proceedings. Avoid outbursts, arguing, or reacting emotionally to statements made by others. Emphasize clear and rational communication.
  • Listen carefully and follow instructions. Pay close attention to what is being said in the courtroom. Listen to your attorney’s advice and follow their instructions during the proceedings. If you don’t understand something, don’t hesitate to politely ask for clarification.
  • Speak clearly and truthfully. When addressing the court, speak clearly and loudly enough for everyone to hear you. Be truthful in your responses and avoid making any false statements, as honesty is essential to building trust with the judge and jury.
If you have lingering questions about your Douglas County court case, we are here to help. Simply contact your MBS attorney, and they can provide you with any information you need.
How can I best prepare for my Douglas County court hearing?
The MBS Douglas County defense lawyers will complete most of the preparation in advance of any court proceedings. However, you’ll want to do the following to remain an active participant in all aspects of your case.
  • Know the charges. Understand the specific criminal charges brought against you. Familiarize yourself with the elements of each offense and the potential penalties you may face if convicted.
  • Understand your rights. Be aware of your constitutional rights, including the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, and the right to a fair trial. Exercise these rights appropriately to protect yourself during the legal proceedings.
  • Gather evidence and witnesses. This will occur during the trial preparation phase. You will work with our attorneys to collect any evidence or witnesses that can support your case. This may include documents, surveillance footage, or testimonies from individuals who can provide relevant information.
  • Be punctual. We cannot emphasize this enough! Make sure to give yourself ample time to arrive at the courthouse, locate your designated room, and settle in before your hearing. Arriving late will not only delay proceedings, but will also leave a bad first impression with the judge and jury.
If you have lingering questions about your Douglas County court case, we are here to help. Simply contact your MBS attorney, and they can provide you with any information you need.

Your Strongest Defense in Douglas County: Our Premier Criminal Defense Firm

The MBS team is your go-to resource for all things criminal defense. Whether you are looking for a DUI lawyer, a domestic violence attorney, or you need assistance with another Douglas County criminal charge, our attorneys have the expertise needed to assist you with confidence. When it comes to your court case, you don’t have to navigate it alone! Gain peace of mind and secure your future with the guidance of our legal team.

Ready to get started? Simply contact us today, and we will reach out to schedule your free consultation.

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