Traffic Crimes

Defending the Accused with Experience & Passion

Denver Traffic Lawyer

Don’t Let a Traffic Incident Cost Your Freedom

A traffic stop can turn into a serious problem if you end up facing a major criminal charge in court. There are a variety of traffic violations, including:

Do not leave your freedom and financial future up to the mercy of the court. Instead, contact a skilled Denver traffic ticket attorney that can craft a determined defense for your case. At Fife Luneau, P.C., we have over 30 years of combined experience that we can put at your service. We have defended thousands of cases, and we are familiar with almost every tactic a prosecutor will use.

Put that experience to work for you. Contact us for a free consultation on your traffic violation case at (720) 408-7130 today.

Penalties for Driving Crimes in Denver

Major traffic offenses can cost you time in jail and thousands of dollars in fines, even for a first offense. For instance, driving with a revoked license can lead to up to a year in jail for a first offense, and up to $1,000 in fines.

Leaving the scene of an accident with any property damage, however small, is also a serious traffic crime. You can face up to 18 months in jail and up to $5,000 in fines. If the case is severe enough to be a felony-level charge, you can face one to 12 years in prison and up to $750,000 in fines.

Vehicular homicide and vehicular assault are also serious driving crimes in Colorado. Criminal charges can be life-altering, including years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.

Don’t let a traffic ticket ruin your future. Let our Denver traffic lawyers work for you. Contact us at (720) 408-7130 today.

Because Results Matter

Fife Luneau, P.C. is one of the most respected law firms when it comes to DUI and criminal related cases. We have a remarkable track record up and down the Front Range, successfully handling some of the most complex cases.

  • Acquitted of All Charges DUI Acquittal
  • Dismissed Careless Driving
  • Dismissed Careless Driving
  • Dismissed Attempted Murder, Assault, Menacing with a Deadly Weapon, Distribution of Marijuana
  • Dismissed Assault in the Third Degree (Domestic Violence)

    GET STARTED ON YOUR DEFENSE TODAY!

    Call our office at (720) 408-7130 to schedule your free consultation.

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    • How should I choose a Denver criminal defense attorney?
      A: First and foremost, your lawyer should be confident and knowledgeable in their practice. You should always feel comfortable with discussing the details of your situation and your freedom and your rights should be your counsel’s top priority. At Fife Luneau, P.C., our team has a true passion for what we do, and our experience and zealous advocacy is a testament to this. We have a proven track record for results and will always fight for your best interest.
    • How much are your legal fees?
      A: Fife Luneau, P.C. handles cases on an upfront flat-fee schedule that is determined based on how severe your charges, how complex the case, and whether you need to go to trial. We will discuss all issues with you beforehand, and once you agree to our fees, we’ll hold your money in a trust on your behalf. This way we can focus on your matter and not on money. Our firm also accepts all major credit cards.
    • After an arrest, what are my rights?
      A: Every U.S. citizen is granted certain rights by the Constitution. These include the face that you are innocent until proven guilty, and that burden is put on the prosecution. After you have been charged, you have the right to a public trial, skilled counsel of your choosing or a court-appointed lawyer, if needed, the right to remain silent to protect yourself from incrimination, the right to cross-examine the accused, the right to testify, or not, and the right to an appeal.