Merry Christmas! Here at the O'Malley Law Office, we are enjoying this special season. It is a time to feast, enjoy each other's company, laugh, talk, and share gifts. But, most importantly, this is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. But, this raises a question we are often asked: How does being a Christian affect our work as criminal defense attorneys? We defend clients accused of serious offenses in Denver, Adams, and Jefferson County, such as Sexual Assault, Burglary, and Disorderly Conduct. Our faith is central to the way we defend our clients.
We Don't Come to Judge, But to Serve
As Christians, we understand we are all sinners, in need of mercy and forgiveness. So, when we are faced with a client who is guilty of a crime, we are able to extend this mercy and help them get the best possible outcome in their case. Jesus came to serve the sinners and save the downtrodden. Because we have been forgiven much, we feel blessed to extend the mercy and forgiveness of God to our clients.
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We Fight for Justice in the Courtroom
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We don't believe walking into the courtroom in Arapahoe, El Paso, or Douglas County and pleading guilty is justice. District Attorneys often overcharge crimes in an attempt to bully people into accepting plea agreements. This isn't justice. Reconciliation and healing are the only things which will truly bring about redemption in our society. The police and DAs aren't looking for justice – often, they want to “punish the bad guy” so they can keep their jobs. We have defended clients who were falsely accused of Sexual Assault on a Child. Their futures and freedom were at stake. And yet, the prosecution continued blindly on with the trial, despite the fact there was absolutely no evidence. Our God is a just God. It is part of His nature, and as Christians, we strive to uphold justice in our lives and society. When our clients are guilty, we work hard to get them favorable plea deals which will get them the help they need. Whether the plea deal results in a community corrections sentence, therapy, or treatment, we understand they will not receive the help they need by sitting in a prison cell.Merry Christmas!
As Christians, We Answer to a Higher Power
The lawyers at our office answer to a higher power than the government or society. Our goal is to glorify God in our work as criminal defense attorneys. If you've been charged with a crime and you're scared because you don't know the next step – don't hesitate. Contact a passionate lawyer at our office for a free consultation. You need an advocate in the courtroom who believes in justice and mercy, and who will fight to get you the best possible outcome in your case.
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If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime this Christmas season, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the O'Malley Law Office for a free consultation at 303-830-0880 for a free consultation. Together, we can protect your future.Request a Free Consultation
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