The Mitchell Law Firm is a criminal defense law firm established in 1989 by Gregory Scott Mitchell a Colorado Criminal Defense attorney. With offices in Denver, Littleton, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Greeley, and Grand Lake, Colorado, The Mitchell Law Firm can represent you for any Front Range city or county charges you may face With over 26 years of criminal defense experience, The Mitchell Law Firm will provide expert, aggressive representation to ensure your best interests are not jeopardized. Our mission has always been to handle your criminal defense case with a straight-forward, no-nonsense approach. In other words, to treat you as Greg Mitchell would want to be treated if he were a client. This means that Greg is involved from start to finish in all criminal cases. Gregory S. Mitchell will always deal directly with the state prosecutor, any police officers, detectives or other law enforcement agents, vigorously fighting for the best possible outcome for his clients. Also, because The Mitchell Law Firm provides the client with a flat fee, the client will always know in advance what their investment is going to cost with regard to attorney fees. This eliminates any surprises for our clients. For these reasons and more, The Mitchell Law Firm is proudly recognized with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). In addition, we receive ongoing client referrals from past clients, a solid reflection of the favorable reputation and the respect. Call Us 24/7 For A Free Consultation.
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Mr Mitchell was amazing at getting my case resolved through relentless negotiations with the DA. He was like a bulldog that wouldn't quit the fight. Be patient he knows what he's doing.


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the $500 bond. I went to the county jail in Summit County, spent approximately 3 hours there, was booked and released and it cost me another $500. I called Attorney Mitchell later that day and let him know that he had done nothing beneficial for my case and that I questioned why I should continue to retain him as my lawyer if his advice was clearly bad and his behavior from the beginning unprofessional. His response was to deny the conversation we had the night before about how the conference was a trivial formality. I would have fired him right then but I had already signed a payment agreement months before and I believed he had the upper hand if I sought a refund for his “services”. I told him I wanted the case over with and that I was unable to continue dealing with his unprofessional behavior. Approximately a month later we had an appointment at the courthouse where I waited for Attorney Mitchell. Our conference was to start at 9am but he didn’t arrive until 10am, was very


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only to find out that there was a warrant out for my arrest. Needless to say I was shocked and upset that no one had called me that morning to let me know that a warrant had been issued for my arrest. His secretary told me to “lay low”. I could not believe what was happening to me. I had paid a lot of money and followed my lawyer's advice and all it had gotten me up to this point was a lot of waiting and wasted time, a plagarized discovery packet, no consultation with any “investigator” and now another arrest. His secretary told me to call their bail bondsman. At this point I was very angry and upset and being told I was to use their bail bondsman made me feel that this was turning into a scam. I called the bail bondsman with the intention of obtaining information since my attorney was again too busy to speak to me. The bail bondsman was the most helpful in this entire process. He explained everything to me and told me I would be best off turning myself in in Summit County and


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Finally a discovery packet came in, however, it was from the state in regards to the DMV case against me. I faxed this information to Attorney Mitchell's office and suspiciously, only a few days later, his discovery packet came in and was 99% identical to the discovery packet that I had faxed to him from the state . Finally the court date arrived, six months from the actual arrest, and I called his office to make sure that he would be there and that the trial would not be vacated as I had already lost a lot of time from work driving to and from court for no reason. The secretary confirmed that we were all set to go. However, I was living in the mountains and the day before the court date a large snowstorm occurred. I had lost my license in the DMV case so could not drive to court and had hoped someone could drive me there but no one was available as it was almost impossible driving on I70 due to the weather. Therefore, there was no way I could get down to Longmont for the next morning


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What Attorney Mitchell did do was continually push back conference dates and other steps in the process telling me that the discovery packet was not yet complete. After approximately 3 months of vacated court dates I told him that I had to get home to Massachusetts and was tired of waiting for this case to commence. When I would call and tell him I wanted to get it over with, he repeated over and over again the same rhetorical excuse that “The wheels of justice turn slowly”. There were also multiple occasions where I was scheduled to appear in conferences with the assistant D.A., drove the 2 hours down to the courthouse in Longmont, only to receive a message on my phone 30 minutes after the scheduled conference saying he had vacated the meeting that day and I did not need to appear. Needless to say, Gregg Mitchell wasted a lot of my time on multiple occasions and was never the least apologetic for not notifying me ahead of time.


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I unfortunately was a client of Gregg Mitchell and I can tell you that from day one I regretted trying to work with this lawyer. I had been cited with a DUI in Boulder County after leaving a concert. I had a very low blood alcohol content and felt the police officer who stopped me abused his power and incorrectly entered information in the police report. I have little money so I was going to ask for a public defender, however, my family in Massachusetts and Colorado insisted that I hire a lawyer and they advanced me the money to hire Attorney Mitchell. When I called Attorney Mitchell's office, he was unavailable to speak to me but his secretary gladly took my money for a retainer over the phone. I waited for weeks with no call from Attorney Mitchell which I found completely unprofessional. When I finally again tried calling his office he was not available and never called back after I left many messages asking him to return my call.


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i got the mitchell law firm to help me in my dwi case . they did not do what i wanted they did what they wanted and just accepted what ever the d.a. offered .i have called the office with question and they wont return my calls .they took my 3000.00 and didnt do a dam thing for me.i will never hired them again.

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