Denver Habitual Criminal Defense Attorney
Colorado Repeat Offender Defense Lawyer
If you have been charged with a crime in Colorado courts as a repeat offender, you may face habitual criminal counts that will increase your sentence if you are convicted.
Don't take chances. Get an attorney who has extensive experience with habitual criminal charges. Contact The Law Firm of Richard Bloch, P.C., today.
Fighting the Chance of Triple Penalties or Worse
Colorado's laws governing repeat offenders are complex. However, what they boil down to are additional penalties when a person who already has several convictions on his or her record is convicted of another crime.
If you have two prior felony convictions, the prosecutor has the discretion to add a habitual criminal count to the charges against you, which can triple your potential sentence. If you have three prior convictions, your sentence can be quadrupled, and it gets worse from then on.
At The Law Firm of Richard Bloch, P.C., we are familiar with practiced, proven strategies and techniques for avoiding stiff penalties for repeat offenders.
If you have been charged as a habitual criminal, get a lawyer with the experience you need on your side. Contact us today.
A Reputation in Repeat Offender Cases
Attorney Richard Bloch is recognized statewide for his extensive knowledge of Colorado's habitual criminal laws.
Before starting his criminal defense practice in Denver, he spent 18 years as an assistant district attorney in Arapahoe and Douglas counties. For seven of those years, he handled only habitual criminal cases.
If you are facing repeat offender counts, contact us to get the extensive knowledge and experience of The Law Firm of Richard Bloch, P.C., on your side.