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Summit County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Breckenridge DUI Defense Attorney

After an arrest on criminal charge, the future may seem dark and uncertain. But I can assure you that a successful outcome is possible, even when the evidence against you seems strong. I know, because I have seen it happen many times.

Protecting Your Rights, Defending Your Freedom

My name is Timothy A. Meinert, and I am an experienced defense attorney in Dillon, Colorado. I defend clients accused of a wide range of felony and misdemeanor criminal matters, including DUI, drug possession, medical marijuana charges, domestic violence, and other misdemeanor and felony crimes.

Whenever possible, I seek to obtain a dismissal of any charges my client faces. If a dismissal is not possible, I work to get the charges reduced and fight to have possible penalties lowered. If plea negotiations fall apart or will not produce a good result, I seek full vindication at trial. No matter the circumstances of your case, as your lawyer I will work to protect your rights and defend your freedom.

An Experienced Criminal Defense Advocate

Before starting my law firm in 1994, I was a prosecutor in Adams County and for the Fifth Judicial District of Colorado. In that role, I handled thousands of cases, ranging from simple traffic violations to murder. Since 1994, I have defended the rights and freedom of people accused of all types of felony and misdemeanor crimes.

My trial experience has taught me how to analyze the strength of evidence and identify weak points in a prosecutor's case. I understand the rules of evidence and how to use procedural motions to often block a prosecutor's initiatives. Whenever possible, I challenge the prosecutor and seek to prevent evidence harmful to my client from being entered into the record.

My goal in your case will be to protect your rights and preserve your freedom.

For a free consultation with Summit County criminal defense attorney Timothy A. Meinert, call my office toll free 866-930-8281 or contact me by e-mail.

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