Jens Omdal

Pollart Miller LLC 5700 South Quebec Street Suite 200 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Phone: 720-488-9586 Fax: 720 488-9587 Contact Us PRACTICE AREAS Criminal Defense Workers' Compensation Civil Litigation EDUCATION B.A. in Political Science and a minor in United States History: Houghton College, 2016 Juris Doctor, Loyola University New Orleans [...]

Jens Omdal 2021-08-04T12:09:53+00:00

R. Jake Johnson

R. Jake Johnson Of Counsel BAR ADMISSIONS Colorado Kansas Missouri Mr. Johnson joined Pollart Miller in 2011 and focuses his practice on insurance defense litigation, including representing companies and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation and liability matters, and defending individuals and business charged with committing a [...]

R. Jake Johnson 2021-05-20T12:44:31+00:00

Colorado Criminal Law Update

Coronavirus has changed our day to day lives in many ways, including the court and jail systems. Given just how contagious the virus has proven to be, Colorado has taken steps to change how low level offenses are being handled. Officials in Denver and Boulder have given directives to law enforcement to reduce arrests for [...]

Colorado Criminal Law Update 2020-04-28T14:28:08+00:00

Should I Do a Self-Background Check

If you are seeking employment, a new apartment or home, or if you need to get a loan, there’s a very high likelihood that the people in charge of deciding whether or not you will get what you want are going to do a background check on you. Why should you care? Because background checks [...]

Should I Do a Self-Background Check 2019-02-01T08:56:24+00:00

Breath Tests Impact Your DUI or DWAI Case

Breath Tests and How They May Impact Your DUI or DWAI Case Denver criminal defense lawyers specializing in drunk driving cases are questioning the validity of thousands of DUI and DWAI convictions after a state technician who certified the Intoxilyzer 9000 breath-test machines said his signature was forged on more than 100 records on file [...]

Breath Tests Impact Your DUI or DWAI Case 2019-01-08T10:27:01+00:00

What to Know About Open Carry Laws in Colorado

Many Coloradans love guns and are supporters of our 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. State laws vary dramatically on the rights of residents to carry firearms, and Colorado is one of the more permissive states regarding gun laws. However, any weapons charges resulting from illegal possession or carrying of a firearm are still harshly [...]

What to Know About Open Carry Laws in Colorado 2019-01-22T11:00:44+00:00

Domestic Violence

Colorado does not have a specific statute that defines “domestic violence” and you will not find a crime titled Domestic Violence anywhere in the Colorado criminal code. Instead, domestic violence is a broad term that is separated into categories of behavior that are inflicted upon a person with whom the actor is or has been [...]

Domestic Violence 2019-01-22T11:02:33+00:00

What Happens if You are Caught in Possession of Drugs in Colorado?

If you were found to be in possession of controlled substances considered illegal to possess under the law of Colorado then there are various levels of severity for this charge, including possession, cultivation, intent to distribute, and trafficking of a controlled substance. Each one has its own penalties, each one worse than the last. The criminal law team at Pollart and Miller LLC can help you understand the circumstances behind the charges filed against you in order to prepare the proper defense.

What Happens if You are Caught in Possession of Drugs in Colorado? 2019-01-08T09:39:19+00:00

Assault and Battery According to Colorado Law

Battery and assault are often used together but in fact, they are two distinct charges that can be leveled against a person. Due to them being different crimes, the penalties are different for each as well. Nevertheless, these charges are often used together in a criminal case in order to sufficiently describe the fullness of a person's actions.

Assault and Battery According to Colorado Law 2019-01-08T09:40:05+00:00

Theft in Colorado – Degrees and Possible Sentences

Colorado theft is said to be common and occur when a person intentionally retains, obtains or controls anything of value belonging to another individual, without authorization from the owner, or by deception or threat. Theft crimes may include but are not limited to shoplifting, embezzlement, larceny, and pretenses. Understanding everything about theft is crucial in order to avoid it.

Theft in Colorado – Degrees and Possible Sentences 2019-01-08T13:02:31+00:00