Students charged with criminal offenses while attending Colorado State University, University of Northern Colorado, or other colleges in the region face a disciplinary hearing and possible suspension from campus. This can result in thousands of dollars in lost tuition, books, services fees and room and board. If you are a student charged with a criminal offense, or if you are the parent of a college student, come to Fort Collins criminal defense lawyers Jerry Roselle and William Breitigam for effective, experienced and intelligent legal defense.

Since 1991, Roselle & Breitigam, P.C., has helped students fight criminal charges and face the student disciplinary board. As experienced defense attorneys and former Deputy District Attorneys for Larimer County, Mr. Roselle and Mr. Breitigam know the issues and the options available to help keep a good student in school and protect their future.

Our criminal justice attorneys have experience representing students in misdemeanor and felony offenses:

  • Shoplifting and petty theft
  • Underage drinking
  • Drug possession and sales, possession of marijuana
  • DUI and related traffic violations
  • Bar fights and assault
  • Traffic violations
  • Resisting arrest

Protecting You From Misdemeanor Charges

Most campus crime falls into the category of misdemeanor or petty offense. That doesn’t mean the offense isn’t serious. A conviction on a misdemeanor can result in time in jail, a heavy fine and even revocation of a driver’s license. Starting your criminal defense as early as possible gives your criminal lawyer every opportunity to work toward a desirable outcome.

Free Consultation · Call Or Email Anytime

Call or contact the firm by email to arrange an initial free confidential and informative consultation with experienced Fort Collins college student criminal defense attorneys. Our firm represents students in Fort Collins and Northern Colorado communities throughout Larimer County and Weld County, including Greeley, Windsor and Loveland as well as clients in Routt County/Steamboat Springs.