Mr.  H. Michael Steinberg

Mr. H. Michael Steinberg

The Steinberg Colorado Criminal Defense Law Office
  • Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI...
  • Colorado
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Former Career Senior Deputy District Attorney - Prosecutor for Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, the largest jurisdiction in Colorado. 13 years as a Colorado Arapahoe - Douglas County Senior Career Trial District Attorney - the last 17 years as a Colorado Criminal Defense Lawyer. Have specialized in Colorado Criminal Law for over 30 years.

I put that experience to work for my clients who are charged in the Colorado Criminal Courts... Please page me 24-7 at 303-543-4433 - or in emergencies - 720-220-2277... My cell...

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI & DWI
  • Juvenile Law
  • White Collar Crime
Additional Practice Area
  • Constitutional Law
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  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Typically a flat fee based on Colorado averages for similar criminal defense - reasonable and fair fee structure.
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The Steinberg Colorado Criminal Defense Law Office
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H. Michael Steinberg has been a Colorado criminal law specialist attorney for 30 years (as of 2012). For the first 13 years of his career, he was an Arapahoe - Douglas County District Attorney Senior prosecutor. In 1999 he formed his own law firm for the defense of Colorado criminal cases. In addition to handling tens of thousands of cases in the criminal trial courts of Colorado, he has written hundreds of articles regarding the practice of Colorado criminal law and frequently provides legal analysis on radio and television, appearing on the Fox News Channel, CNN and Various National and Local Newspapers and Radio Stations. Please call him at your convenience at 720-220-2277.
University of Oregon School of Law
J.D. | Law
Honors: Graduated Top 10% of the class
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Legal studies - Honors
Honors: Graduated With Honors - Cum Laude 3.75 GPA
Professional Associations
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Association
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Arapahoe County Bar Association
American Bar Association
American Trial Lawyers Association
Colorado State Bar # 12943
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53 Questions Answered

Q. How long is a maditoru restraining order in place for after I completed all requirements probation ECT..
A: A mandatory restraining order, unless it is modified prior to or during probation, remains in fully force and effect. That means there is no automatic modification of the order without filing a motion to modify the restraining order and asking a judge to modify it. Otherwise it terminates when probation terminates.
Q. When a police officer sends a summons to appear in court for assault, are the district attorney and court notified?
A: The officer files the ticket with the court and the DAs office. The DA also receives the complete set of police reports.
Q. I had my felony theft expunged in Kansas but color is saying that I need a Pardon. Does this seem right?
A: Not sure why this is. As I understand expungement - Colorado should give "full faith and credit" to the decision to expunge the record in Kansas. There may be some facts your not providing. Rec- ask CBI why they require the pardon. Also note Colorado governor cannot pardon a Kansas criminal conviction. Doesn't make sense.
Q. I have a warrant for a failure to appear on a case that is pass the status of limitations.
A: This is a common mistake of law. Simply put - once a warrant issues - the statute of limitations is stopped and cannot run. The law calls this a "tolling" of the statute. Therefore the warrant ramains in force and the case must be defended.
Q. Can my son get a review if his attorney made him take a plea that was vacated right after for 35 c inafective assistance
A: I am unclear on what you mean by review. Please clarify your wants and expectations. Not enough facts.
Q. Can i be charged with more than what the alleging?or is what's on the paper all that I'm being charged with?
A: There are no limits on the DA in filing charges as long as their is evidence to support the charge filed. In other words the DA is the charging authority in all cases - especially felony cases.
Q. I was arrested by the city of Westminster on charges I have proof that are false and not true I don't know what to do
A: You have two choices. Represent yourself and present your evidence to the DA which is sometimes risky. Or retain a lawyer to do the same. Less risky but obviously more expensive.
Q. Questioning of a minor bt school administration without parents present after a fight? Then cited by police? Legal?
A: Totally legal. The only time parents can intervene is when the child is under arrest or is in a circumstance that would be considered the equivalent of an arrest. In that case the child - If questioned - Would have to be advised.of their Miranda rights and waive them or not - with the consent of a parent or or other legal guardian
Q. what is a municipal statue warrant
A: There are three criminal jurisdictions in Colorado. Federal - state and local also known as municipal Court. Nearly every city has its own criminal laws called codes. In your case it appears as if the case was originally filed in the wrong court. The new court is called a muni court and it appears as.if they have issued an arrest warrant for you.
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The Steinberg Colorado Criminal Defense Law Firm
5445 DTC Parkway
Penhouse 4
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Telephone: (303) 627-7777
Cell: (720) 220-2277