Denver Criminal Defense Attorneys
Facing Criminal Charges
Criminal charges or even allegations that you have committed a crime can threaten your reputation, your job, and your freedom. The personal impact of a criminal case can be profound. You need an attorney on your side who will do everything possible to ensure the full protection of your Constitutional rights and every recourse that our country’s legal system has to offer.
Without skilled counsel, there is no guarantee that you’ll be treated in a fair and impartial manner, that you’ll be viewed as innocent until proven guilty, or even that your rights will not be infringed upon. Law enforcement officers, prosecutors, judges, and court personnel are not on your side. The only person on your side – who has the know-how to actually protect your rights – is your defense attorney. Make sure your choice in legal representation is the right one.
Experienced Representation & a Reputation for Results
Harvey A. Steinberg is a well-known entity in the criminal courtroom. He has gained national media attention for successfully handling numerous high-profile cases for professional athletes and other defendants, persevering even when the odds seemed stacked against him.
As a founder of Springer & Steinberg, P.C., Harvey Steinberg leads our criminal defense team with professionalism, integrity, and an unwavering commitment to the complete preservation of each client’s rights and interests.
Types of Criminal Cases
Our Denver criminal defense attorneys have experience with cases involving:
- DUI (driving under the influence)
- Driving under the influence of marijuana or other drugs
- Drug possession, sales, trafficking, and other drug charges
- Burglary, robbery, and other theft-related crimes
- Domestic violence, assault, murder, and all violent crimes
- Underage drinking
- Hit and run, racing, and other traffic violations
- Fraud, embezzlement, and other white-collar crimes
Consequences of Criminal Conviction
The penalties for a criminal conviction can vary depending on the severity of the crime and the details of the case. Some common penalties include:
- Jail time
- Prison time
- Mandatory community service
- License suspension
- Loss of certain privileges
There can also be consequences that reach beyond what is outlined in the sentence. A criminal conviction could also negatively affect:
- Employment opportunities
- Housing opportunities
- Reputation within the community
No matter the type of charge or allegation, you will find dedicated and intelligent criminal defense counsel in the team at Springer & Steinberg, P.C. Put us on your side and experience peace of mind in knowing that every possible step will be taken to defend your freedom.