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Brandon U. Luna Esq.

Brandon U. Luna Esq.

Owner and Partner at LunaLaw, LLC
  • Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI...
  • Colorado
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Brandon U. Luna's strategically placed firm in Delta County, Colorado is able to serve residents of Mesa, Pitkin, Montrose, Gunnison, Garfield, and San Miguel Counties. He has handled over 5000 criminal cases as a former Deputy District Attorney and now offers his experience to you as a Criminal Defense Attorney. He started Luna Law to help good people who have made a mistake navigate through the confusing and often scary criminal justice system. As a small town law firm, Luna Law is also well equipped to handle other legal services, such as wills, contract law, or simple consultation.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Juvenile Law
  • White Collar Crime
  • Free Consultation
    On criminal cases only.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Visa, Mastercard, and Discover
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    LunaLaw offers both flat fee work and an hourly rate. After your consultation, he will give you both options and you can pick the payment plan that works best for you.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner and Owner
Luna Law LLC
- Current
Associate Attorney
Kennedy Childs P.C.
Assisted in all aspects of the defense of Medical Doctors.
Deputy District Attorney
District Attorney's Office of the 19th Judicial District, Colorado
Prosecutor of Misdemeanor, Felony, and Juvenile offenders. Prosecuted over 80 trials and handled more than 5000 cases, including over 4000 felony cases.
University of Denver
J.D. | Law
University of California - Santa Cruz
B.A. | Legal Studies
Attorney of the Year
District Attorney's Office
Professional Associations
The Dolphin House
Member of the Board of Directors
A Kids Place
Member of the Board of Directors
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Legal Answers
5 Questions Answered

Q. I was charged with shoplifting of $20 should I do community service b4 court to show the judge i am remorseful?
A: Although this advice may be too late, if you are going to plead guilty, then it is always good to take steps that show you are remorseful. Brandon
Q. Had a felony. 23 years ago. i still cant purchase. a firearm leagally. ?
A: That is right. You still cannot legally possess a firearm. Brandon
Q. Can a person be sent a legal complaint for felony charges via snail mail without being formally charged?
A: Yes. This is a valid way to serve your family member. More importantly getting a complaint is actually the same thing as being charged with a crime. Brandon
Q. My brother is being charged for a crime in Colorado. He was charged for a similar when he was a minor. Can this used?
A: Yes, The prior can be used against him. A Typical tactic for the prosecution is to use prior sex accusations against the defendant. If he is hiring an attorney is is vital that this attorney is familiar with defending the use of other act evidence. Brandon
Q. What is the next step after an accused person receives a legal complaint/summons in the mail?
A: You will want to contact a local defense attorney. That person can get all the information you need about the case and can answer any questions you have.
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LunaLaw, LLC
102 North 4th Street, Unit 105
Grand Junction, CO 81501
LunaLaw, LLC
300 Stafford Lane, Suite 3023
Delta, CO 81416
Telephone: (970) 765-8055
Fax: (970) 874-5317