Boal Law Firm zealously represents clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses of all types. The law firm serves clients in El Paso County, Pueblo County, Teller County, Summit County and all other counties up and down the front range. Cases frequently handled include:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Driving under the influence of drugs (DUID)
- Domestic violence
- White collar crimes
- Drug crimes
Your case will be handled personally by Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer Brian B. Boal, a former El Paso County criminal prosecutor who understands all facets of the criminal justice system. He will put his in-depth knowledge of prosecution, criminal defense and the system to work for you, building a strong defense strategy to protect your rights and minimize the consequences.
Start-To-Finish Criminal Defense Representation
If you have been arrested for a crime, the mental and emotional strain is often the worst part of the ordeal. Attorneys sometimes forget that what is routine for them is something new, stressful and frustrating for their clients. Boal Law Firm recognizes that this is a challenging situation for you. For that reason, you will have Brian Boal on your side through all phases of your case, guiding you forward and keeping you informed.
Your lawyer will stand by your side through the first appearance and filing of charges, the preliminary or probable cause hearing, the arraignment, pretrial motions and any dispositional hearings, jury trials and bench/court trials, sentencing, and more. You will have a trusted advocate by your side every step of the way.
How Will Your Case Be Resolved?
Brian Boal has extensive experience negotiating plea agreements that may include jail (CJC) alternatives such as work release, in-home detention (IHD)/ankle monitoring, as well as prosecution alternatives such as the Neighborhood Justice Center (NJC), Adult Offender Services (AOS) programs, Department of Corrections (DOC) alternatives, including Community Corrections (COMCOR), in-patient treatment for alcohol and drug abuse, unsupervised probation, supervised probation and intensive supervised probation (ISP). He is also a skilled trial attorney, prepared to fight for your acquittal in court and make your case to a judge or jury if necessary.
When your case is this important, it is important to have the right lawyer. Call 719-602-2262 or email to discuss your case directly with Brian B. Boal.