We have noticed the tendency among lawyers to get stuck in “lawyer speak.” This means they forget that the general public doesn't understand the language used by attorneys in Denver, Jefferson, and Arapahoe Lawyers tend to use “lawyer speak” and use words people can't understand. County. No, we're not saying that lawyers speak an unknown language. Criminal law is complex, and much of the terminology is foreign to people who haven't gone to law school. Terms like “acquittal,” “motion in limine,” and “concurrent sentence” are tossed around because we know what they mean. Other lawyers tend to forget that their clients don't understand what we're talking about. And, why should they understand?We're not saying lawyers speak a foreign language. We just don't think you should have to have a law degree to understand us.
Our Solution to the Confusion: A Simple Explanation
We have a solution for all the confusion. Each week we'll focus on a different criminal offense or term. We'll give you a simplified definition and explanation of each crime, and we promise to not use “lawyer speak.” We won't include any terms you won't understand.
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What You'll Gain from our Simplified Law Blogs
When you read our blogs, you'll leave with much more information than you previously had. You won't need to have a dictionary nearby, or a separate tab open to Google all the terms you don't understand. We'll make it simple for you to grasp what you have been charged with.
1. Peace of Mind in a Troubled Time
If you are researching a specific crime, it is most likely because you or a loved one is facing charges in Adams, Douglas, or El Paso County. The last thing you need is a confusing article filled with lingo and terms that require a law degree to decipher. You need answers fast. You need help now. We are here to solve your problem. We have over 20 years of experience fighting for the rights of our clients, and we understand what you are going through. Your mind is racing through every scenario. We can give you the clarity you need in your case, no matter what you have been charged with. Don't go into court in a scattered mindset – work with an attorney who can give you the peace of mind you need.
2. A Guide Through the Criminal Justice System
The criminal defense attorneys at our office have over 30 years of experience. We come from all walks of life. I have decades of experience as a criminal lawyer. One of us has past experience as a public defender. Another has knowledge of how you are feeling because he was falsely accused of a crime as a teenager. One of our lawyers worked in the past as a District Attorney, so she knows how DA's think and how courts work. Don't try to go through the criminal justice system on your own. You need a guide who can work with you to create the best possible defense in your case. The attorneys at our office can provide just what you need: A guide for the tough road ahead, and a friend when you need help.
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If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime and is having a difficult time understanding the nature of the charges, don't hesitate. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the O'Malley Law Office for a free consultation at 303-830-0880. Together, we can protect your future.Request a Free Consultation