At the Law Office of Andres R. Guevara, we pride ourselves on an aggressive and proactive approach to all of our cases. Whether the most advantageous option is a trial or a plea deal, our experienced Greenwood Village and Denver, CO criminal defense lawyers work tirelessly to present our clients’ cases in the strongest possible way. Below is just a sample of recent results.
Past case results are not a guarantee of future results.
P. v. LB (2015): Client was involved as drug trafficker in large COCCA drug conspiracy case in Jefferson County. Client was originally facing over 10 years prison for transporting over 20 pounds of heroin. Client received probation after long negotiations.
P. v. AG (2015): Denver client charged with aggravated rape. Investigation by our office was used to convince Denver District Attorney that “victim” had lied. All charges dismissed on the eve of trial.
People v. J.B. (2015): Client found not-guilty of all arson charges in domestic violence case after trial in Arapahoe County.
P. v. A.R. (2013): Client charged in large COCCA sex trafficking conspiracy in Denver. We were able to negotiate a probationary sentence despite the outrage by the underaged victim’s mother. Case made the news and an article was published in the Denver Post.
In the matter of L.C. (2012): Firm hired pre-arrest in a rape case. After extensive investigation, the district attorney’s office agreed not to file charges.
P. v. B.S: (2011). Arapahoe county trial, client accused of assaulting a police officer with an improvised flame thrower. Client acquitted of most serious charge of assault in the first degree.
People v. M.K. (2011): Client charged with felony stalking and violations of orders of protection. Facing over a decade in the Department of Corrections if convicted, a jury trial was held. Client acquitted of all counts.
People v. W.H (2011): Araphoe County Attempted Murder trial, client accused of attempting to kill four individuals. Using expert testimony, successfully argued that client was innocent of the felony charges. Client acquitted of felony charges including all counts of Attempted Murder and client released.
People v. S-G (2010): Client is an immigrant juvenile charged with assault with a deadly weapon in a direct file case filed in Arapahoe District Court. Successfully negotiated dismissal of the adult felony charge and filing of the case in juvenile court where the client was sentenced to the Department of Youth Corrections.
P. v. MM (2010): Arapahoe county case involving innocent client mistakenly charged with drug sale. Successfully argued for dismissal of case.
P. v. C.B. (2010): Felony drug possession case. Successfully argued for suppression of drug evidence in case where police illegally entered an apartment under the pretense of conducting a child welfare check. Case dismissed.
P. v. I (2010): Client charged with inciting a prison riot and faced long mandatory prison if convicted. Successfully negotiated plea for probation.
P. v. B-G (2009): Arapahoe County felony case in which client was passenger in vehicle containing over 200 grams of cocaine. Over prosecution’s objections, and despite the fact that a co-defendant received a two-year prison sentence, successfully argued to the judge for a sentence of probation.
P. v. J. (2009): Felony identity theft case in Arapahoe County. Client wrongly accused of being involved in a scheme to defraud when in actuality client was a victim of the same scheme. Case dismissed.
P. v. E. (2009): Client falsely accused by third party of illegal weapons possession of a sawed-off shotgun. Case dismissed after attorney investigation into accuser’s background and the allegations.
P. v. O (2009): Client charged as look-out for alleged felony cocaine drug sales. Case dismissed.
P. v. C. (2008): Client accused of public indecency for changing clothes in a secluded part of a park. If convicted, client would have had to register as a sex offender. Client acquitted at trial of all counts.