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Drug Crimes Charged Criminally? Our Criminal Justice Attorney Explains What Happens Next

Drug Crime Attorneys in Fort Collins

Do Not Wait to Challenge Drug Charges

Defense attorneys Jerry Roselle and William Breitigam have extensive experience representing individuals facing misdemeanor charges and felony drug crimes in Fort Collins and other communities throughout Northern Colorado. As former prosecutors, our lawyers know how hard prosecutors work to seek their version of "justice." Our firm has earned a reputation for successful legal defense by working harder, being more thoroughly prepared, and using our more than 30 years of criminal law experience to help every client.

Aggressive Defense from Former Deputy District Attorneys

If you are facing drug charges, you already know you need sound advice and aggressive legal representation. The attorney you choose to help you get the best possible outcome will need experience, skill, and resourcefulness. Reputation among prosecutors and judges will make a difference when it comes to finding an acceptable resolution that protects your future. Roselle & Breitigam, P.C. has earned recognition for our commitment and integrity.

I will help you through this. I will use my experience and knowledge to your benefit. Defense attorneys succeed by being smarter, working harder, and being better prepared for court. I don't judge my clients, I protect them. That is the commitment I have had to my clients since I opened my law practice in 1991.

- Attorney Jerry Roselle

Will You Go to Jail?

Disrupting a family by sending a person to jail or prison is rarely in society’s best interest. Prosecutors are often willing to work toward a solution that allows the individual to avoid the harshest outcome by successfully completing a drug treatment program and a probationary period. Our firm has extensive experience achieving alternative solutions for our clients and their futures.

We handle all types of recreational drug and prescription drug offenses, including:

  • Possession
  • Distribution
  • Manufacturing and cultivation

Is Molly Legal in Colorado?

In Colorado, possessing molly is a felony. Possession of the drug can carry extremely severe penalties, including fines and prison time. There are also certain factors that can make you a “special offender” in the eyes of the law, which can greatly increase the potential penalties by both increasing the range of prison time you face and mandating a prison sentence. Any felony conviction can have a serious impact on your future and may hurt your chances to find housing, obtain employment, get into your preferred school or obtain certain professional licenses.

Get Started with a Free Consultation

We represent individuals charged with drug offenses in Fort Collins and Northern Colorado communities throughout the area.

Call us at (970) 238-7900 or contact the firm online to arrange a free, confidential consultation with an experienced Fort Collins drug crime lawyer.

The Difference at Roselle & Breitigam, P.C.

  • Over 3,000 Cases Successfully Handled
  • Aggressive Representation & Compassionate Guidance
  • We Keep Our Clients & Their Families Best Interests Top of Mind
  • As Former Prosecutors, We Know Both Sides of the Law Well
  • Available After Hours & On Weekends
  • Extensive Knowledge of the Colorado Legal System

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