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Boulder County Attorney, Longmont Attorney, Boulder County Criminal Defense Attorney Lawyer Boulder criminal defense attorney Amy Okubo 300x181 - Practice AreasGood people sometimes make bad decisions or take actions that are very out of character for them. They also are sometimes falsely accused of crimes they did not commit. If you find yourself facing criminal charges, you need a lawyer who understands human nature and has empathy for people who are confronted with life-changing legal issues.

As a former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney, Amy Okubo has extensive experience in all areas of Colorado law. From the smallest traffic infractions to the most serious felony offenses, she can help you understand the legal process and present your most effective defense. And as a caring person, she understands what you are going through and can ensure that you do not have to address this challenge alone.

Her guidance can help minimize the impact that the charges you face have on you and your family, both in terms of financial consequences and time in jail or prison. You should always have skilled and compassionate legal counsel when interacting with the criminal justice system. Amy provides that kind of assistance on a wide range of misdemeanor [link] and felony [link] charges from Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) [link] to domestic violence [link].

Boulder Criminal Defense Lawyer Counties of Jurisdiction
Former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney Amy Okubo is now a successful criminal defense attorney who handles cases in many jurisdictions along the Colorado Front Range.
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Contact former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney Amy Okubo to understand your rights and learn how she can aggressively defend you in court.
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Traffic Offenses
When you are issued a ticket, you can simply accept it and pay the fine. However, in doing so you are admitting guilt.
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Misdemeanors are crimes that are less serious in nature than felonies. However, it is important to know that misdemeanors can result in significant fines and jail time.
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Felonies are the most serious criminal offenses. In Colorado, they range from Class One to Class Six, with Class One charges having the most significant penalties.
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Domestic Violence
When a crime is charged and classified as Domestic Violence, it carries a variety of additional requirements on the accused.
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