Recent Case Results

Client charged with 3rd Degree Assault and Harassment. After a 3-day jury trial, Mr. Welsh and Mr. Elkus successfully argued on behalf of the client, which resulted in an acquittal on all charges.


Client charged with Child Abuse. Mr. Welsh was able to negotiate a 1-year deferred judgment.


Client charged with Child Abuse. After negotiations, Mr. Welsh was able to convince the district attorney to dismiss the case in its entirety.


Client charged with Sex Assault on Child, Incest, and Sex Assault on Child/Pattern of Abuse. Mr. Welsh was able to successfully negotiate a plea offer with the district attorney to a 2-year deferred judgment for Contributing to Delinquency of a Minor.


Client charged with Felony Computer Tampering, Unauthorized Use of Computer, and Theft. After extensive investigation which contradicted certain evidence, Mr. Welsh negotiated a 2-year deferred judgment and sentencing to a misdemeanor.


Client charged with 3rd Degree Assault (DV) and Violation of Protection Order. After a thorough investigation and numerous discussions with the district attorney’s office, the matter was eventually dismissed with prejudice by the People.


Client charged with Felony 2nd Degree Assault and Felony Burglary. Mr. Welsh negotiated a 4-year deferred judgment and sentence (DJS) with the opportunity to terminate early upon completion of all terms of the DJS.


Client charged with 3rd DUI while on probation for DWAI. Mr. Welsh negotiated the successful completion and termination of the client’s probation, without a revocation, which resulted in that case being dismissed with prejudice. Then, he negotiated and successfully argued for the mandatory minimum sentencing for his client.


Client charged with Felony Distribution of a Controlled Substance. The co-defendants were sentenced to terms in prison. Mr. Welsh, after an extensive investigation, negotiated a 3-year deferred judgment and sentence (DJS), and at sentencing, successfully argued for no additional jail time.


Client charged with Obstruction of Telephone Service DV and Criminal Mischief DV. After a thorough investigation and negotiations with the district attorney’s office, the case was dismissed.


Client charged with Boating Under the Influence (BUI) and having a .260% BAC. Mr. Welsh provided the People with evidence that raised substantial issues with the case and thereafter negotiated a 4-month deferred judgment and sentence (DJS) with no jail time and the mandatory minimum fines, fees, and costs, as required by law.


Client charged with DUI and having a .139% BAC. Mr. Welsh negotiated a DWAI plea and early termination of probation.


Client charged with DUI and a refusal. Mr. Welsh successfully argued on behalf of the client at the DMV hearing, and the client retained his driving privileges.


Client charged with multiple wildlife violations. If he was convicted, it would have resulted in more than 60 points against his hunting privileges. Mr. Welsh successfully negotiated a plea where his client pled to one wildlife violation and a total of 15 wildlife points, which preserved the client’s hunting privileges.


Outfitter client charged federally with multiple violations on federal lands, to include felony counts. After a thorough investigation and multiple discussions with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Welsh negotiated a plea to a federal petty offense, with a 3-year probation period.


Client charged with Trespass While Hunting. At a jury trial, Mr. Welsh successfully argued on behalf of the client, resulting in an acquittal of all charges, with the jury deliberating for only 25 minutes.


Client charged with 3rd Degree Assault. After a 3-day jury trial, due to Mr. Welsh’s tactics, the jury found the client not guilty.


Client charged with multiple state wildlife violations. He paid the fines and fees for his written citation and had accumulated 20 points against his hunting and fishing privileges. After receiving his Notice of Suspension Hearing, the client retained Mr. Welsh, who prepared and provided mitigating evidence to the Division and successfully argued on behalf of his client at that suspension hearing, which resulted in a “No Suspension” determination by the hearing examiner. End result for the client – full reinstatement of all hunting and fishing privileges.


Client was charged with three felonies, including providing false information to government officials and obstruction of evidence, along with 20 misdemeanor wildlife counts. After intense investigation and plea negotiations, the client pled to 5 misdemeanors and was sentenced to fines, fees, and costs.


Client pleaded guilty through the mail BEFORE retaining counsel. With the assistance of Mr. Welsh, he received no suspension of hunting privileges despite accumulating in excess of 20 points against his privileges.


Outfitter client charged with three felonies and four wildlife misdemeanors. After an extensive investigation, Mr. Welsh was able to negotiate a 1-year deferred judgment, which the hunter successfully completed. Mr. Welsh also represented the client at his suspension hearing, where he was facing a suspension of his hunting and fishing privileges for up to 5 years. Mr. Welsh successfully argued on behalf of the hunter, which resulted in only a 1-year suspension.


Client paid a citation, which resulted in a conviction and 30 points against his hunting privileges. He retained Mr. Welsh, who successfully argued in front of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission for no suspension of hunter’s privileges.


Client sued for breach of contract. Mr. Welsh defended the client at trial and prevailed after the plaintiff’s case in chief, with a directed verdict for the defendant.


Client charged with a felony. After continued investigation and negotiation with the officers and prosecuting attorneys, Mr. Welsh resolved the client's case with a dismissal of the felony count in exchange for a reduced misdemeanor plea without probation and without a jail sentence.