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Criminal Defense Lawyers in Weld County, Colorado

Overcoming Legal Challenges with MBS Law, Your Weld County Attorney

The state’s third largest county, Weld County is home to over 325,000 Coloradans. Situated in northern Colorado, this county boasts a rich history, a strong agricultural tradition, and a growing urban presence.
While the Weld County charm is undeniable, like any other region, legal challenges can arise. For the residents of Weld County, having a trusted legal ally is essential. Welcome to MBS Law’s Weld County service page, where we are committed to providing expert legal guidance and support tailored to the unique needs of this community.

Cases We Handle

MBS Law in Weld County

Our small firm specializes strictly in criminal legal matters, and we are experts in what we do. With an unwavering commitment to protecting your rights, we offer an unmatched level of knowledge and experience in the Weld County area and beyond. No matter the specifics of your case, our seasoned criminal law attorneys can handle your needs with ease.

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If you are seeking legal assistance in Weld County, look no further than MBS Law. Our legal team is ready and able to assist you – simply reach out to us today to schedule your free consultation.

Weld County Court: What to Expect

Where is the Weld County courthouse?
Weld County Courthouse
901 9th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631 P.O. Box 2038

Please note that there are three buildings at this complex: the courthouse (address listed above), Weld County Centennial Center (915 10th Street), and Plaza West (910 10th Ave). All court business is handled in the Centennial Center, open Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 4:00pm.

For ADA access to the courthouse building, enter through the West entrance. Visitors entering through the east entrance must climb a set of stairs to reach the security station.
You can find additional information on the 19th Judicial District/Weld County court system HERE.
What procedures can I expect upon first entering the Weld County courthouse?
When you first enter the courthouse buildings, you will be asked to go through a Magnetometer; this device will identify any prohibited items on your person. If you are wearing a coat, hat, or belt, you will be asked to remove these items before passing through the machine. If an alarm does go off, you will be asked to go through the machine again or to undergo a hand-held device screening from a security officer.
Purses, briefcases, and other bags will be scanned in an x-ray inspection; visual examinations will be conducted for items that do not fit through the scanner, such as strollers or mobility aids.
What types of items are prohibited at the Weld County courthouse facility?

As a rule of thumb, we recommend leaving any items that are not necessary to your court presence in your car or at home to avoid unnecessary security issues.

Specific items that are not permitted include:

  • Weapons of any kind, including but not limited to guns and ammunition; switchblades and pocket knives; razor blades; and brass knuckles.
  • Sharp objects that could be used for harm, such as nail files, scissors, fingernail clippers, glass bottles, etc.
  • Illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, and alcoholic beverages.
Can I bring my phone into the courthouse, and when can I use it?

The use of electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops, tablets, or any device capable of capturing videos, photos, or audio are strictly regulated inside of the Weld County court facilities. Photography, videography, sound recordings, and broadcast sound are prohibited. Some individual courtrooms may impose harsher restrictions upon the use of electronic devices; if this is the case, the specific instructions will be posted at the courtroom entrance.

While you can bring your phone into the courtroom, we highly recommend leaving it on silent throughout the duration of any courtroom proceedings, so as not to disturb or distract anyone.
How should I conduct myself during any courtroom appearances?
It is of the utmost importance to behave respectfully in the courtroom and all affiliated buildings, as this will only help the outcome of your case. We recommend adhering to the following behavior:
  • Avoid interruptions, yelling or inappropriate noises.
  • Avoid any attempts to communicate with in-custody defendants.
  • Do not make any threatening remarks or gestures.
If your behavior does disrupt courtroom proceedings, not only will this reflect poorly on your case, but you may be subject to contempt of court or additional charges.

Why Hire Our Weld County Lawyers to Represent Your Criminal Case?

If you are facing criminal charges in Weld County, Colorado and are unsure of how to proceed, MBS Law is here to help you. Not only does our team have a deep understanding of the charges against you, but we also know how to help you navigate the legal process with patience and empathy. Our Weld County lawyers will stop at nothing to secure you the best possible outcome in your case, regardless of the time it takes to get there.

When the weight of legal challenges falls upon your shoulders, remember that MBS Law is here as your trusted partner, ensuring that your voice is heard, your rights are safeguarded, and your future is protected. Contact us today to get started.

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