We Provide the Answers to Your Many Questions
At our downtown Fort Collins office, the criminal defense attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office have represented countless college students in Larimer, Boulder, and Jackson County. We offer insight and a wealth of information when it comes to the criminal justice system. We’ll help you know exactly what to expect as you or your son or daughter deals with the charges against them. Whether a student has been charged with Burglary, Domestic Violence, Disorderly Conduct, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI), Sexual Assault, Criminal Mischief, or Assault, the lawyers at our office will give you the answers you need.
We Offer a 24/7 Larimer County Jail Visits
Here at the O’Malley Law Office, we understand the importance of early involvement in a criminal case. This is why we offer 24/7 jail visits. If your son or daughter has been arrested, you need someone to visit them and offer comfort and counsel. It is vital that they do not speak with the police. An experienced criminal defense attorney will give them hope and a game plan for their defense.
Don’t Let a Bad Decision Determine the Future
Our main goal as we defend college students facing criminal charges is to minimize the effects of a bad decision or bad company. Young people are experimenting in college, and trying new things. Sometimes, these new things result in criminal accusations. Unfortunately, the consequences of a bad decision can haunt a college student for the rest of their life. If your child has been arrested by the CSU Police Department or Fort Collins police, they need your wisdom, experience, and immediate help. This is the time for you to step in and help them so they can avoid life-long consequences. Most employers won’t hire a person who has a criminal record, whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony. It is difficult enough finding a job out of college – don’t let a criminal record be added to the struggle.[pullquote align=”center” textalign=”center” width=”95%”]It can be difficult to find a job after college. Don’t add a criminal record to the mix.[/pullquote]
Why College Students Need a Criminal Defense Attorney
When your future is at stake at such a young age, don’t gamble by representing yourself or using a busy public defender. If a college student from Colorado State University or University of Colorado (CU) is convicted of a crime, it will follow them for the rest of their life. Putting your future into the hands of an inexperienced or overworked public defender isn’t wise. Find a lawyer who only practices criminal law– not bankruptcy, family law, or divorce law on the side. The criminal defense attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office have over 25 years of experience in criminal law. We know how to fight criminal charges and will get you the best possible outcome in your case. If you are a college student and have been accused of a crime – don’t let these accusations determine your future.