"The firm is very professional and easy to work with. It is reassuring to know that I have someone to call next time I have a run in with the law."
S. Greenwald, Denver
"I won't hesitate in recommending Russell Hebets to any family and friends that are in need of an experienced, professional legal representative."
Neal Davis, Finance Specialist
"Colin was a God send. He was quick to respond, there when I needed him, and helped me every step of the way. I would highly recommend Colin. You won't be disappointed."
S. Arias, Brighton
"In the future I won't even consider anyone other than the law offices of Hebets & McCallin, and I will refer anyone I know to the most professional law office I have ever dealt with."
Mike Timmer, Business Sales Consultant
"The professionalism and effectiveness of Colin defending me was unlike any attorney that I had ever seen. Now I know I have an attorney I can count on in the future"
David P., Denver
"From misdemeanor to felony to innocent! Mr. Hebets got all my felonies dropped, won an appeal, and got back my travel documents. Thank you for giving me my life back!"
Michael A. Johnson, Denver
Colorado Statutes classify offenses involving marijuana cultivation as class 4 or 3 felonies depending on the defendant's criminal history. These crimes carry the possibility of 2 to 12 years in prison, a very large fine, possible restrictions of a defendant's freedom of movement, as well as a multitude of other repercussions. These types of cases are some of the highest priority cases that come across a district attorney's desk, and hours of time and manpower are devoted to building cases against these defendants. A thorough, experienced defense attorney is essential to mount a successful defense in these types of cases. At Hebets & McCallin our criminal defense lawyers have years of experience handling these cases in Denver and throughout Colorado. We have a proven track record of success and will fight for your rights. Call us today to schedule an initial consultation.
Colorado does allow cultivation of marijuana for medicinal purposes.� A patient must have a valid medical marijuana card issued by the Colorado Department of Health, which can be obtained after receiving a recommendation from a licensed physician. However, there are legal limitations as to how much marijuana can be possessed, and who it can be obtained from. Medical marijuana laws in Colorado are constantly changing.� The attorneys at Hebets & McCallin are always on top of these ever-changing issues, and are always available to assist those charged with marijuana offenses.
Hebets & McCallin, P.C.
1777 S. Harrison Street
Denver, CO 80210