Zealously representing people charged with crimes, whether guilty or innocent in Larimer and Weld County.
It doesn’t matter whether you committed the crime or not - our legal system provides the same protections to everyone. The problem is, you don’t know what those protections are until you hire the right lawyer to defend you. Hiring the right lawyer is key - you need a lawyer who is not afraid to speak up on your behalf.Bruno Lilly Legal is here to help you.
Our Greeley criminal defense attorneys will walk you through the complex legal system and discuss your case with you. You will be provided a personalized action plan for how we will best defend you against criminal charges. We represent clients facing criminal charges in Weld County, Larimer County, and Boulder County including the cities of Greeley, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Evans, Boulder, Windsor, Loveland, and others.
OverviewBruno Lilly Legal
At Bruno Lilly Legal, PLLC, our Greeley, CO criminal defense attorneys are skilled, trial-tested litigators. With experience working as a prosecutor in the Weld County District Attorney’s office, our founding attorney, Havilah Lilly, knows all sides of the criminal justice process. If you or your loved one was arrested and charged with a crime, we are more prepared to protect your rights. Call us at 720-340-1373 or reach out to us directly online for a confidential consultation. We Handle Misdemeanor and Felony Charges in Colorado.
All criminal charges must be taken seriously. Regardless of the specific charge that you or your loved one is facing, our criminal defense lawyers in Greeley are available to help. Along with other types of criminal cases, we have extensive experience handling:
- Drunk Driving & Drugged DrivingDrunk driving and drugged driving are serious criminal offenses in Colorado. If you were arrested for operating a motor vehicle while unlawfully impaired, contact our Greeley DUI/DWI defense lawyers today.
- Domestic ViolenceDomestic violence is one of the most sensitive, emotionally-challenging cases. A conviction can carry serious, long-lasting consequences. Contact our Colorado domestic violence defense attorneys for immediate help.
- Drug ChargesOur Colorado criminal defense lawyers handle a wide array of drug-related offenses, including drug possession. Contact us now for a confidential review of your case.
- Juvenile JusticeWas your child arrested or otherwise charged with a juvenile delinquency offense? Our Greeley juvenile justice attorneys have the unique experience to help your family and your child navigate the legal system. We will protect their future.
- Felony ChargesFelonies are the most serious type of criminal offense. In Colorado, all felonies carry the potential for at least one year in state prison—and the consequences of a conviction can be significantly harsher than that.
- Misdemeanor ChargesAlthough less serious than a felony charge, a misdemeanor in Colorado can still carry jail time, along with other significant penalties. If you or your loved one is facing a misdemeanor criminal charge, we are here to help.
How Our Greeley Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Help
An arrest is stressful, intimidating, and overwhelming. You do not have to go up against police or prosecutors alone. Our managing partner Havilah Louise Bruno Lilly is here to help you navigate the criminal justice process—with a focus on protecting your rights and securing your future.
We will conduct a comprehensive, confidential review of the charges raised against you. From there, our criminal defense lawyers will craft the personalized legal strategy that is well-suited to get you the best outcome. We have a history of success stories in a wide range of criminal cases.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQsBruno Lilly Legal
- Can I Contact a Lawyer on Behalf of Someone Else Who is Facing Criminal Charges? We understand how difficult it can be to face criminal charges alone. You may not know where to turn, who to call, or what you can or cannot do. Our firm often has family and friends contact us on behalf of those facing criminal charges in Northern Colorado. We gladly accept calls and contact submissions on behalf of others who may be in need of legal assistance in or near Greeley. We offer free initial case consultations to help you understand all your available legal options.
- Should I Talk to Law Enforcement If I’m Being Investigated For or Have Been Charged With a Crime? Law enforcement often want to interview those they have accused of committing crimes. Sometimes, they try to get those they have accused to admit guilt. While you should be cooperative with law enforcement to avoid any additional charges, if police want to interview you and discuss an incident, you should ask to speak with an attorney prior to that meeting. You may also have an attorney present at the time of questioning. Working with a Northern Colorado criminal defense lawyer during this seemingly harmless interview can help ensure you answer questions properly and are not being harassed or treated unfairly.
- What Is a "Discovery" and How Can I Obtain Mine?The discovery process is when a criminal attorney will obtain the evidence the prosecution has gathered. This evidence may include anything from witness statements, police reports and records, and other relevant information about the case. You can work with your criminal defense lawyer to gather this information.
- What Crimes Can't Be Sealed? Many crimes are eligible to be sealed in Colorado and many are not. Class 1 and 2 felonies, level 1 drug felonies, violent crimes, unlawful sexual behavior-related crimes, class 1 and 2 misdemeanor traffic offenses, DUIs and DWAIs, class A and B traffic violations or infractions, crimes involving extraordinary aggravating circumstances and risk are some of the many crimes cannot be sealed in Colorado. However, Governor Jared Polis recently signed the Clean Slate Act into law. This law allows arrest records that did not result in a conviction and certain older criminal records to be automatically sealed. To learn more about this law and how you could be affected by it, contact our firm today.
- What If I Wasn’t Read My Miranda Rights When I Was Arrested? Can My Case Be Dismissed? An officer not reading your Miranda Rights when you were arrested does not guarantee your case will be dismissed. These rights being read and explained to you are to protect your Fifth Amendment right to refuse to answer any self-incriminating questions. If an officer fails to read you these rights and proceeds to question you, the court may find any findings as a result of that questioning unlawful. If you are unsure if your Miranda Rights were read or explained properly to you, our criminal defense attorney in Greeley can help.
- Do I Need a Defense Lawyer If I’m Innocent?While it can be done, it can be very difficult to prove your innocence on your own. Law enforcement, the prosecution, and other authorities may use all their resources to try and prove you are guilty. To ensure your rights are protected and your innocense is ensured, feel free to consult our firm. We offer free initial case consultations and can help you understand what your situation entails and the best way you can navigate the justice system.
Contact Bruno Lilly Legal today to get a case consultation. Learn more about what we can do for you.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.
From our Greeley office, we provide legal representation to those in Greeley, Loveland, Windsor, Boulder, Fort Collins, Berthoud, Evans, Eaton, Brighton, Fort Lupton, Boulder County, Larimer County, Weld County, and Adams County.