As one of Colorado’s top criminal defense law firms since 1990, The Mitchell Law Firm works under the simple philosophy to treat each client as they would want to be treated. For nearly 30 years, Mr Mitchell has personally guided thousands and thousands of individuals through the criminal legal system during their most difficult and darkest days. We truly strive to treat each client as an individual, with personal care and guidance just as each member of The Mitchell Law Firm would want to be treated. We are proud of our reputation and standing in the community, to provide each client with a personal touch through one of the most difficult times of their lives.
The Mitchell Law Firm is the place where thousands of people turn to each year when they are faced with serious criminal charges. Greg Mitchell will personally review your case to provide expert legal analysis and sound legal direction to
guide you through the criminal law process. Mr. Mitchell will provide specific advice and direction to your individual case so that you will have a clear understanding and direction as your case proceeds forward through the criminal court system. Mr. Mitchell will personally explain and provide a strategy so that each client has a clear path with the ultimate objective to arrive at the best outcome for your specific case.
The following criminal charges are just a few of the different types of offenses for which The Mitchell Law Firm can provide expert legal representation:
The Mitchell Law Firm will represent and treat you fairly if you have been arrested and charged with a domestic violence case in the state of Colorado. A domestic violence charge could have very serious consequences, and severely impact your life going forward.
Domestic violence (DV) is a label given to a type of criminal case involving a family dispute or situation involving a personal, intimate relationship with another person. There are a number of criminal charges that may fall under the heading of “domestic violence”, including:
DV Cases can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the level of violence and/or injuries to a person.
Both men and women can be accused of domestic violence charges. It is imperative that you contact criminal defense attorney Greg Mitchell as soon as possible because a conviction of a violent crime may result in substantial jail time and other penalties.
Unfortunately, false accusations are common in DV cases. For example, many couples involve the authorities when arguments become too escalated. Angry spouses tend to exaggerate the events of an argument which can result in false accusations. An experienced attorney such as Gregory Mitchell will work to find the motives for false accusations and make sure you provide a strong defense to the prosecution.
If you need a qualified Colorado criminal defense attorney due to domestic violence charges, call The Mitchell Law Firm. With offices in Denver, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins. The Mitchell Law Firm can provide solid legal representation throughout the state of Colorado.
Theft is a serious crime in the state of Colorado and can result in significant penalties including jail, fines and extensive probation. If you have been charged with theft, it is critical to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Greg Mitchell of The Mitchell Law Firm has nearly 3 decades of experience handling cases involving theft and will work hard to get your charge(s) reduced or dropped to minimize the penalties if you are found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony theft charge.
A theft charge is considered a felony or misdemeanor based largely on the monetary value of the property stolen, use of weapons, how the theft occurred, and criminal history. First offenses may still result in possible jail time and substantial fines.
As previously stated, theft charges in Colorado are determined by the monetary value of the property stolen. For example,
Prosecutors pursue all types of theft cases seriously, even for first-time offenders. Theft without the use of a weapon may be less severe in comparison to robbery with a weapon. However, you can still go to prison for theft crimes that are nonviolent. For these reasons, it is essential that you contact Colorado criminal law attorney Gregory Mitchell of The Mitchell Law Firm as soon as you are charged. The earlier we discover the details of the charges against you, the sooner we are able to investigate and plan your defense.
If you live in Denver, Fort Collins or Colorado Springs, you will find a Mitchell Law Firm office, but we accept clients from anywhere in the state of Colorado. If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor theft, please contact Greg Mitchell today to schedule an initial, free consultation.
The words “Assault,” and “Battery,” are often used together and interchangeably. However, the terms have different meanings in the Colorado court of law. It is important to understand these differences when facing these charges.
An assault charge could possibly occur by simply brandishing a firearm. However, a weapon does not have to be involved in a situation to be charged with assault. Assault may occur if the prosecution can prove that the victim or intended victim had reason to believe their safety was at risk. If you have been charged with assault, you will need an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney like Gregory Scott Mitchell of The Mitchell Law Firm.
In most states, the following is considered the legal definition
“The willful or intentional act of making harmful or offensive contact with a person against that person’s will, or making contact with the victim by an object or substance put in motion by the offender.” The contact in question does not have to cause injury to be considered battery. In most jurisdictions, you can be charged with battery if the contact with a victim is offensive or inappropriate. You can also be charged with a form of verbal battery if the threat is deemed to be psychologically damaging.
Charges of battery in Colorado often fall under the category of menacing charges. Menacing charges are any threats that put a person in fear of imminent danger. Menacing charges can be a misdemeanor but have the potential to become a felony if a deadly weapon is involved. Violent crimes are taken very seriously, and if convicted the penalties can be severe.
Battery is generally associated with assault, and they are often charged together against the accused person. In some jurisdictions, assault and battery are distinct crimes. You may be solely charged with assault; however, if you are charged with battery, then you are also allegedly guilty of assault. Simply put, battery occurs when there is physical contact. For example, brandishing a baseball bat could lead to an assault charge but the action of striking a person with the baseball bat could then lead to battery charges. Due to the complex nature of assault and battery charges, it is critical you contact a criminal defense attorney who is experienced in these types of cases. The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to defend you.
If you need an experienced Colorado criminal defense attorney with a professional, no-nonsense approach, call The Mitchell Law Firm at 303-333-1979 for a consultation. We can handle any type of assault case, whether it be assault, battery or sexual assault. We have defended countless individuals charged with sexual assault, assault, and battery. We have offices in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs. Call us today for legal assistance.
The Mitchell Law Firm handles drug cases related to possession, distribution and sale of drugs. Being charged with driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) is very serious in the state of Colorado. If you were arrested for a drug related charge or in possession of a controlled substance, then penalties if convicted, can be harsh. Greg Mitchell of The Mitchell Law Firm is an experienced Colorado criminal defense attorney who has an extensive knowledge of drug related crimes. He has three locations – Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs but serves clients charged with drug charges across the state. He has nearly 3 decades of experience and knows how to build a strong defense for your case.
Although marijuana laws in Colorado have been either eliminated or significantly
relaxed, Colorado residents can still be arrested for driving under the influence of
marijuana, or possessing or intending to sell a large amount of marijuana. If you face a marijuana charge in Colorado, you need to immediately contact The Mitchell Law Firm for experienced, passionate representation, and we will quickly work to get your case resolved or dismissed.
If you need an experienced Colorado Criminal Defense attorney with a professional, no-nonsense approach, call The Mitchell Law Firm at 303-333-1979 anytime day or night for an immediate appointment. You will be connected directly with attorney Gregory Scott Mitchell for a free initial consultation. With offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins, Colorado, The Mitchell Law Firm can defend you against any Front Range city or county charges you may face.
Probation violations are very serious and require a criminal defense lawyer to get you out of trouble. Violations of probation can lead to immediate and extended jail time and additional penalties that were not a part of your original probation agreement.
The Mitchell Law Firm will work quickly to restore your rights when facing a probation violation charge. Clients charged with probation violation will not go before a jury trial but rather a judge that will make a judgment on your next penalty. An experienced, knowledgeable lawyer that is well versed in these procedures is important to negotiate and plead the case on behalf of their client.
Probation violations may also occur when a new crime is committed which may
result in the violation of the terms and conditions of the original probation
agreement. Probation violations may include:
Many violations are due to poor communication or a bad relationship with the probation officer. The Mitchell Law Firm will look at all factors that led to the violation, and work to make sure the conditions of your probation or sentence is not affected. Call our experienced attorneys today! We have offices in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs, and we serve clients throughout the Front Range of Colorado.
The violation of a restraining order is a serious matter and may result in jail as well as an endless cycle of future allegations of violations by the other party. Consequently, it is necessary to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer such as Gregory Mitchell. For nearly 30 years, Gregory Mitchell and his legal team have defended people charged with violating restraining orders. During your initial consultation, he will analyze the details of your case, explain possible penalties if convicted, and then begin discussing a defense strategy.
If you have a restraining order hearing against you, it is imperative that you follow the terms of the order exactly or you may be arrested. The sooner you contact The Mitchell Law Firm, the more time we have to examine the details of your case and work on a defense strategy for you.
We have offices in Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs and we serve clients
throughout the state of Colorado. Greg Mitchell is one of the most experienced
and hard working criminal defense attorneys in the state. Contact us today at (303) 333-1979 to schedule your initial consultation.
Obtaining prescription medications in a fraudulent manner is a serious crime, usually charged as a felony and punishable by possible jail time, fines, probation and may also affect your freedom your career, your reputation and life.
According to Colorado law, the following are considered prescription drug fraud:
It is a crime to obtain a prescription by fraud or deceit. Colorado Revised Statute (C.R.S) 18-18-415 states: “No person shall obtain a controlled substance or procure the administration of a controlled substance by fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or subterfuge; or by the forgery or alteration of an order; or by the concealment of a material fact; or by the use of a false name or the giving of a false address.”