Denver, Colorado Criminal Defense Attorneys
The law office of Hebets & McCallin offers experienced legal representation as premier Denver criminal attorneys as well as experienced DUI lawyers. We have years of trial experience, exceptional legal knowledge, and the ability to represent defendants in all areas of criminal defense including DUI representation. The main focus of Hebets & McCallin is to provide outstanding legal counsel for those accused of committing criminal violations at the city, state and federal level.
Our Law Firm Philosophy
The Denver attorneys at Hebets & McCallin believe that everyone has the right to extraordinary legal representation. We treat each case with personal attention, and as Denver DUI attorneys we pride ourselves on giving clients individualized and effective counsel. We aggressively advocate on behalf of our clients, and we have a proven track record of success. Our broad expertise, commitment to our clients, and considerable skill provides our clients the highest caliber of criminal defense provided by a Denver lawyer. Hebets & McCallin will actively pursue advantageous plea negotiations, but we are also exceptional, experienced DUI and criminal trial attorneys.
Colorado Criminal Defense Practice Areas
We provide legal representation for those facing criminal charges such as: drunk driving (DUI), domestic violence, drug crimes, sex crimes, juvenile criminal offenses, violent crimes, theft, parole violations, probation, expungement and white collar crime in Denver. Call us today to set up an initial appointment at 303-756-3231 for your criminal or DUI case.
Don’t let a criminal or DUI conviction mar your record. Contact us to set up an appointment with one of our experienced Denver DUI and Criminal attorneys. We will diligently work to build a strong defense for your case as we have with our other clients. View our testimonials to see what our clients are saying about us, then read about our many successes.
Hebets & McCallin in the News
DENVER — Three years after Colorado voted to legalize recreational marijuana, little is known about whether the state's roads are less safe — and law enforcement efforts remain largely focused on alcohol, not pot. One glaring example: A Coloradan who pleads guilty to driving under the influence of marijuana is required to install a device on his car's ignition to measure the alcohol in his breath. "Basically, I could continue to smoke as much weed as I wanted, and the DMV would be none the wiser," said Colin McCallin, a Denver defense attorney who specializes in DUI laws. Read More...
DENVER — A Denver woman has been acquitted of driving stoned, even though she tested nearly four times above the state’s legal limit for marijuana.
Melanie Brinegar's blood came back at 19 nanograms, the state’s legal limit is 5 nanograms. "5 nanograms is not logical, it`s not fair to medical patients," said Brinegar.
The 29-year-old was pulled over in June of 2014 for an expired license plate tag. "He (police officer) smelled marijuana, I told him I'm a medical marijuana patient," said Brinegar. Read More...
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