Fort Collins Resisting Arrest Attorney

If you have been charged with resisting arrest, your first priority should be finding an experienced lawyer who is dedicated to protecting your rights. A conviction can have serious consequences, and you need an attorney who knows how to minimize the damages.

At The Leier Law Office, LLC, our primary focus is helping you achieve the best possible result in your case. We deliver assertive, strategic criminal defense representation to clients in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley and throughout northern Colorado.

How Can Our Firm Help You Protect Your Rights?

One of the keys to your defense is obtaining video evidence from the police. Many officers in Fort Collins have video cameras on their glasses, and we will use this footage to determine whether the officer's account of the incident is accurate. Whenever possible, we will also obtain video recordings from street cameras and eyewitness accounts in order to build a more complete picture of what exactly happened.

Our firm will also conduct additional investigations to learn more about the context of the situation. This research can shed more light on why an incident may have occurred, and it can enable us to find out if police were using excessive force.

You Need An Experienced Lawyer Who Knows How The System Works

When you are facing charges for resisting arrest, it is important to choose a lawyer with extensive courtroom experience. Our firm's founder, Kent J. Leier, will draw on his experience as a former Deputy District Attorney. Using his knowledge of the prosecution's strategies, he will craft a vigorous defense to protect your rights.

Call Today To Learn How We Can Help

To set up your free consultation with a skilled defense attorney, please call 970-682-3487 or send us a message using the online form. If you are unable to meet during regular business hours, we are happy to arrange evening or weekend appointments by special request. Our firm accepts credit cards and can provide Spanish translation services when needed.