In the United States, we presume that an accused person is innocent. Benjamin Franklin captured this idea that we should protect the accused right’s at all costs when he said, “It is better one hundred guilty persons should escape than that one innocent person should suffer.” Our Denver criminal attorneys at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. do everything in our power to protect the rights of accused individuals so that they can have their day in court.
Vigorously defending the rights of the accused is how our attorneys developed a reputation for effective legal representation in criminal matters. We leave no stone unturned in protecting an accused’s rights, employing state-of-the-art technology to persuade juries, and personalized attention that makes you an integral part of your defense strategy.
Aggressive, detailed and effective criminal representation is available from our lawyers in the following matters:
DUI or Driving Under the Influence charges – charges pertaining to drunk driving, which may involve unconstitutional traffic stops
Drug charges – accusations pertaining to drug possession charges, felony drug charges and other drug laws for which you are under arrest
Assault and battery – defense for baseless and false accusations of battery charges or assault charges, including aggravated assault and aggravated battery
Domestic violence – protection for those wrongly accused of domestic abuse or those whom police arrest based on false accusations
From time to time, we hear of cases where the state releases a person who had been serving years for a crime he or she did not commit. That person cannot get time back or make up for the memories missed while imprisoned. Our criminal lawyers approach each case with vigor, knowing that the best way to prevent these miscarriages of justice is to ensure they never happen in the first place.
Contact a Denver criminal lawyer at Samuel S. Hansuld, P.C. if you are facing a criminal charge. Protecting your rights is our passion. Criminal cases are not so much about what happened as they are about whether the government safeguarded your rights and whether it lawfully met its high burden of beyond a reasonable doubt.