Charged With Attempting To Influence A Public Servant?
Attempting to influence a public servant is a very serious crime that should not be taken lightly. If convicted, the penalties are severe: you may face heavy fines and even prison time.
At The Leier Law Office, LLC, we are dedicated to protecting your rights and helping you minimize the consequences of your charge. Our firm provides dedicated, strategic criminal defense representation to clients in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley and throughout Northern Colorado.
Enlist The Help Of A Former Prosecutor
Attempting to influence a public servant can occur in various circumstances, but it commonly occurs at traffic stops. You can be charged with this crime if you attempt to influence an officer by any of the following methods:
- Violent threat
- Economic reprisal
Our firm’s founding attorney, Kent J. Leier, is a former deputy district attorney — so he has unique insights into how the government prosecutes these cases. He will work diligently to show that the government has not proven your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Our staff is available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are here to answer your questions and equip you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions throughout your case.
Contact Us Today — Find Out How Our Firm Can Help
To arrange your free initial consultation with a respected defense lawyer, please call 970-682-3487 or send us a message using the online form. We are happy to arrange after-hours or weekend appointments for those who cannot meet during our regular office hours. For your convenience, our firm accepts credit cards and offers Spanish translation services when necessary.