Criminal Defense Attorney
DUI Defense, Drug Charges, Domestic Violence, Felonies
Mark Solomon handles cases involving D.U.I. defense, drug charges, domestic violence, and felonies throughout the Denver metropolitan area including Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, and Douglas Counties, and most municipal courts.
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Choosing The Right Criminal Defense Attorney
You must choose the right criminal defense attorney for you and your case. Your choice of a criminal defense attorney is extremely important. You must be able to talk with your criminal defense lawyer. If you cannot talk openly and comfortably with your lawyer, you may not be happy with how your lawyer handles your case.
Watch how lawyers interact with each other in court. Lawyers talk for a living. A criminal defense attorney must be able to listen to his own client. If you do not think your lawyer is listening to you, find a criminal defense attorney who does.
Your criminal defense attorney needs to know more about you than just the facts of your case. Your case is not who you are. Your lawyer’s job is to show the prosecutor and the court who you really are. Your criminal defense attorney’s job is to make you more than a defendant and more than a name on a police report. To do that, a lawyer must listen to you. If you feel that your lawyer is not listening, you should probably get a new lawyer.
Mr. Solomon’s Professional Associations
Mr. Solomon is a member of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the American Bar Association. Why is this important? Being associated with professional criminal defense organizations means staying informed as to changes in law and the legal practice. It also means that your lawyer has access to other criminal defense attorneys around the country to draw from.
Practicing in Colorado Courts (County Courts, District Courts, and Municipal Courts) and U.S. Federal District Court of Colorado
Mark Solomon is a criminal defense attorney, licensed in Colorado state courts, Colorado Federal District Court, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and the District of Columbia.
Please contact me if you have any questions.