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Criminal Defense

A felony conviction is one of the most life changing events any person can face. The devastating effects can include a potential prison term, county jail, probation up to eight years, loss of a security clearance, loss of voting privileges, loss of weapon privileges, difficulties in obtaining employment and finally, the stigma of being labeled…

DUI / DWAI

Michael W. Moran, P.C. specializes in the defense against Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving While Ability Impaired by Alcohol criminal charges in Colorado Springs. We provide superior criminal defense against felony and misdemeanor DUI, DWAI, and DUID crimes.  DUID may include driving under the influence of prescription or illegal substances. Included in…

Domestic Violence

Colorado Springs Domestic Violence Attorney   Michael W. Moran provides premium criminal defense against domestic abuse charges in Colorado Springs.  Trust an expert Colorado Springs domestic violence attorney to provide the best possible results against these very serious charges. Colorado Domestic Violence Arrest   An arrest for one of the many crimes that fall under…

Drug Crimes

  Colorado Springs Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer The law firm Michael W. Moran, P.C. has many years of experience in defending criminal drug crime cases on both felony and misdemeanor levels across the state. As a skilled defense attorney, Mike protects your constitutional rights and works to secure the best possible outcome for you against…

Juvenile Crimes

If your child has been charged with a juvenile crime, protect their future now by calling: (719) 447-1923 In Colorado, any person under the age of 18 is considered a minor. If arrested by law enforcement, he or she will be tried for juvenile crimes in an area of law that is markedly different from…

Traffic Violations

In Colorado, traffic offenses vary from the typical speeding ticket to more serious offenses.  Some traffic offenses are considered misdemeanors and depending on the ticket, you may incur penalties of serving 90 days jail and fines up to $300.00.  A fine is separate from court costs, surcharges and any additional fees the Court may impose. …