Denver Robbery Attorney

Robbery and burglary are two separate crimes, though many people often confuse them with one another.

Colorado law distinguishes the two based on the intention of the crime.  Robbery is a theft crime that involves using force or the threat of force in order to steal property.  A victim must be present during the crime and have been threatened or harmed in some way.  If the victim was physically hurt or if a weapon was used during the crime, the charge will be bumped up to aggravated robbery.

Burglary on the other hand, is the crime of unlawfully entering a residence with the intent to steal or commit another crime. If you have been charged with robbery or burglary in Colorado, you need to hire an experienced attorney.


Both robbery and burglary are felony charges for which a conviction can send you to prison for many years.  If you are facing charges for either of these crimes, what you need now is an experienced attorney.

As a robbery and burglary defense lawyer, I can stay ahead of the prosecution as they build their case because I used to be a prosecutor. I know what they are looking for, and the approaches they may take when building their cases. My 13 years of prosecution experience can work in your favor as I strategize your defense.

I know the kinds of evidence authorities will gather; I understand how they will present it in court; I can develop strategies to counter the case they build and to lessen the consequences you might face.

Whether you are under investigation or have already been arrested, please call now. The faster you retain a robbery and burglary attorney, the better off your case will be.