Colorado Misdemeanor Charges | Denver Misdemeanor Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor criminal offense, you need to take these charges very seriously. The difference between a felony and a misdemeanor is that a misdemeanor carries a jail sentence of no more than one year, while a felony carries the potential for more than a year in jail. And perhaps more importantly, the consequences to a misdemeanor conviction can stretch well beyond jail time. Any criminal conviction can make it difficult to find a job, to obtain housing, or to participate in government programs. In short, your future is at stake, as the stigma of a criminal conviction can follow you long after any possible jail term is done.  To protect your future, speak with an experienced Denver criminal defense attorney immediately.

Misdemeanors Have Serious Consequences

If you have been charged with any crime, you need a dedicated Denver criminal defense attorney who will advocate for your rights, and fight hard to get the best possible outcome for you. Many criminal offenses can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the facts of the case. In some cases, an aggressive defense attorney may be able to get felony charges changed to less severe misdemeanor charges. Alaurice Tafoya-Modi is an experienced Denver criminal defense lawyer who began her legal career in the Denver County Public Defender’s Office. As she moved into private practice, and eventually on to her own firm, she has continued to work on criminal defense cases, believing that everyone charged with a crime deserves compassion, and a fierce courtroom advocate.

Mrs. Tafoya-Modi will look into the details of your case; in many cases, illegally seized evidence may give reason to have charges dropped. If your case goes to trial, she will do everything she can to earn an acquittal. Don’t put your future at risk. If you have been charged with any crime, speak with Denver criminal defense attorney Alaurice Tafoya-Modi immediately, before your talk to police. She will protect your rights, and get you the best outcome from the situation that she possibly can. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION contact Mrs. Tafoya-Modi today at (303)813-1100.