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The law firm of Hebets and McCallin is dedicated to aggressively representing clients who are being investigated or charged with criminal violations. These include everything from minor traffic violations to misdemeanors to serious felony cases. Our firm is comprised of criminal defense attorneys who have over 25 years of combined experience in the field of criminal law. Our practice is entirely devoted to criminal matters all over the state of Colorado, specializing in the Denver metro area, including but not limited to the counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer, Summit, and Weld. We also practice in the multitude of city and town municipalities all over the metro area.

Being charged with a crime, no matter how petty or serious, can be an extremely stressful life event. Many of our clients do not have any experience in the criminal justice system, and just appearing in court can cause anxiety for them. Our criminal defense attorneys understand this, and they work very closely with our clients to not only aggressively defend them in court, but to guide them through the process successfully. Even if our clients have a criminal history, we take the time and effort to make sure those clients are treated fairly and justly by the prosecutor or the judge. Our attorneys are available to be contacted by our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, because if your case is important to you, it is important to us. Our clients can contact their assigned attorney directly, and we pride ourselves on the speed in which we get back to our clients if we are initially unavailable.

Everyone charged with a crime should have access to an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist them. It doesn’t matter if the charge is a misdemeanor or a felony. If an offense can show up on your criminal record, it may have far reaching consequences. For example, your ability to gain or maintain employment, get an apartment, or seek guardianship of a child may be affected by your criminal history, no matter how slight. We dedicate our performance to minimizing the impact on our client’s lives as much as possible. We work closely with our clients to make sure we have a complete understanding of their life goals and needs, and use that information to get positive results.

It doesn’t matter if you are guilty or innocent of your charged crime. Even if you are guilty of your offense charged, you need representation to ensure that your case is handled fairly. You have Constitutional rights, and we hold the government accountable if those rights are violated. If you are innocent of your charged crime, there is no question about it- you need an experienced criminal lawyer that can work hard to clear your name. We are experienced trial lawyers who are not intimidated by the government and we will work diligently to represent you in trial.

Our reputation is extremely important to us. Our attorneys are respected by judges and prosecutors alike because we are professional, prepared, and thorough in our representation. We are former deputy district attorneys, and thus have experience on both sides of the aisle. We know how prosecutors think, and use this knowledge to further the interests of our clients. However, the reputation we have earned with our clients is what we are proud of the most. Our testimonial page represents just a few of the many success stories we contribute to on a daily basis.

If you are being investigated or charged with a criminal case, give us a call so we can set up a free consultation. We are ready to stand by your side and fight for your rights.

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