Facing a Murder / Homicide charge is serious in Douglas and Denver County. District Attorneys will use every tactic necessary to make sure you are convicted of your alleged crime. Because of the severity of murder charges, Kidnapping is often added as a crime enhancer. Dealing with this particular charge can be emotionally overwhelming. We know you are probably feeling helpless about being charged, because the death of a person is involved. You can turn to us for help. The attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office are experienced and indispensable during this difficult time. We represent clients who have been charged with the following crimes:
- Vehicular Homicide
When you hire us to protect you, we will implement a strategy to fully investigate the matter and present the complete story to a judge and jury. We will be your advocate and not your judge. We will formulate an aggressive defense in your case using every resource available. These include studying the police reports, and working with psychologists, doctors, accident reconstructionsts (if a vehicle was involved), chemists, and polygraph examiners:
We will use expert witnesses and other resources and others to build your defense. Our firm is equipped to get your dismissal or acquittal. We will fight by your side to protect you from the Murder charges, and also help you deal mentally with the collateral consequences of being charged.
A Murder Charge Does Not Mean A Guilty Verdict
There are defenses to Murder charges
During a murder trial, the focus is on your intent. Did you mean for this incident to happen? Was the murder premeditated? Were you defending yourself or another? Because the defendant is often in Adams County Jail or under a strict no-contact order, they can’t gather their own evidence or interview witnesses for their defense. Don’t worry. We do all the leg work for the case. We have dedicated investigators, counselors, expert witnesses and other sources to aid us in presenting your defense. We want to reveal the truth of the situation, not just read and accept what the police reports say as many lawyers do. We know Denver Police officers often exaggerate or misquote witnesses.
Murder Charges: Different Scenarios in Colorado
We understand that sometimes accidents happen. Sometimes the death of an individual is necessary in self-defense. At other times, the victim of the crime was being careless in his or her actions, and is responsible for their death. Although you may have had a little to drink, that doesn’t mean you were driving drunk.
Advice from an Experienced Attorney Regarding Murder Charges
The criminal defense attorneys at the O’Malley Law Office have been working with clients charged with Murder or Homicide for over 25 years in Arapahoe and El Paso County. After years working with clients who have been charged with murder, we ask that you:
1. Do remain silent. Exercise your right, and don’t speak with the police. Remaining silent is the single most important action you can take if you have been charged with Murder.
2. Don’t share information regarding the incident with anyone. The prosecution will use your own words against you
3. Do contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can fight by your side to defend your future. You don’t want to stand alone in the courtroom. You need an advocate for your side of the story.