Almost as many Americans have some criminal history as have college degrees. This has been a long time in the making, and it won't change by itself.
From the initial conversation with Mr. Hebets, I knew he was the attorney to hire. He and his staff are always available to answer questions and address concerns. In my opinion, this is the best law firm in Denver!! Thanks for all of your help!!!!!!
All I can say in a few words that they are so professional and available for their clients, I've had the worst experience but the lawyer handled it so well, thank you so much McCallin.
Thank you for going to bat for me and allowing the court system to see the case my way! If I know of anyone who needs a great lawyer, I know who to send them to!
Thank you so much for everything you have done for me! I can't tell you how glad I am to put this all behind me.
Just a quick note to thank you for a job well done. Evan was very relieved when we left the courthouse yesterday (as was I). We will keep your name and number with hopes that we will never have to contact you professionally again.
I wanted to take a moment to say "Thank you very much!" We trusted our son's life in your hands. Thank you for taking care of him and in treating him with dignity and respect. I pray that He will bless you and yours abundantly.
Our office is a judgment-free space where you can tell us your story. We want to know more than just what happened, we want to know what led to the incident.
Our goal is to present you with all the options you have available and explain what's likely to happen in each scenario. That way, you can make informed decisions.
We’ll work together to determine the best strategy for your specific situation. We'll consider your unique circumstances to build a strong case for your defense.
We will always pursue what’s best for you by protecting your rights and defending your freedom. With fearless determination, we won't back down when defending you.
Felons in the U.S. are subject to the loss of voting rights for various amounts of time following conviction. Read on to learn about the basics of felony disenfranchisement: where it comes from, whom it affects, and how it might change in the future.