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Practice Areas

SGSL Attorneys has dedicated its practice to protecting the rights of individuals charged with crimes, or who have had their rights or interests violated by the government, business entities or other individuals.

They represent clients in federal, state and municipal courts in the following areas:

Misdemeanors

Domestic Violence

DUI/DWAI

Misdemeanor Assault

Probation Violations

 

Felonies

Homicide

Child Abuse

Drug Offenses (COCCA)

Sexual Assault

Burglary

White Collar

Internet Crimes

Supervised Release and Parole Violations

 

Federal Criminal Defense

Weapons Offenses

Grand Jury Indictments

Pre-Indictment Investigations

Complex Fraud

 

Personal Injury

Automobile Accidents

Slip & Falls

Pedestrian Accidents

 

 

Death Penalty Defense

The death penalty is the most severe form of punishment in our Criminal Justice System. Your attorney’s understanding of the complex, intricate details of a capital trial can literally mean life or death.

Attorney, Kathryn Stimson has done extensive death penalty litigation in Colorado. In her most notable death penalty case, Ms. Stimson was able to secure a life sentence for her client after only giving her opening statement.

Not only has Ms. Stimson personally litigated and tried several death penalty cases, she is also an instructor for the National College of Capital Voir Dire, and trains attorneys across the state on death penalty jurisprudence.

Criminal Records Sealing and De-Registrations

SGSL Attorneys will help you with you case from start to finish. If you are acquitted or receive an eligible sentence for sealing or de-registration, our team will work with you to seal your criminal record and leave your case behind you so that you can move forward.

If you are not one of our many clients that has received a sealing eligible sentence or acquittal, we offer a flat fee for records sealing.

Civil Rights

Claims arising out of constitutional violations by the government, such as malicious prosecution, unlawful search, false arrest, excessive force and unlawful inmate treatment and conditions.