Havilah founded Bruno Lilly Legal, PLLC to apply her extensive experience and knowledge to defending clients charged with crimes. Attorney Havilah Lilly worked at the Adams County District Attorney’s office in Brighton and at the Weld County District Attorney’s office in Greeley during law school. She quickly became a successful litigator and was trusted to litigate motions hearings and jury trials as a first chair.
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Attorney LeClere began his legal career in the 19th Judicial District as a deputy district attorney where he prosecuted misdemeanors and petty offenses. This is where he met Havilah and Cristina, as they were co-workers and worked very closely together on many cases. He spent just under two years at the Weld County District Attorney’s office before moving into family law and practicing at the Hulse Law Firm in Denver. With my family being in Northern Colorado, he ended up leaving the Hulse Law Firm and returned north to work for the 8th Judicial District Attorney’s office (primarily Larimer County) for nearly five and a half years. While working for the 8th, he worked on both misdemeanor and felony matters. During his last two years with Larimer County, he was assigned to the Special Victims Unit. Attorney LeClere’s experience in both Denver, Weld, and Larimer County makes him uniquely qualified to help those currently facing criminal matters in Colorado.
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Keith Coleman earned his J.D. from the University of Denver, College of Law. Mr. Coleman began his legal career in 1994 with the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office as a trial attorney in Arapahoe, Douglas and Kiowa counties.
In 1996 Mr. Coleman transferred to Adams County, where he had grown up. Mr. Coleman left the Public Defender’s Office in 2001 and began a sole practice, where he worked as a general practitioner handling all legal matters.
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Cristina Stephens is a paralegal at Bruno Lilly Legal, PLLC. She had the opportunity to work as a secretary for Havilah and Andy at the 19th Judicial District Attorney’s office, where their friendship began. Cristina found the attorneys to be excellent to work with, providing a supportive environment during her first foray into the legal field.
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If you want a zealous advocate for your case – someone who is not afraid of trial – our Greeley criminal defense attorneys are happy to talk to you about representing you on your case. It doesn’t matter whether you committed the crime or not – our legal system provides the same protections to everyone. Let us help you protect your rights and get the justice you deserve. From our Greeley office, we proudly serve the people of Greeley, Evans, Loveland, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, and Windsor.
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