Sean McDermott’s practice focuses on both defending people who have been charged with crimes as well as representing those who have suffered wrongs in the civil arena. His combined criminal and civil trial experience has earned him a preeminent AV Martindale Hubbell rating.
Martin Stuart’s practice is devoted to representing individuals accused of crimes in Colorado state and federal courts. Mr. Stuart defends clients facing all manner of criminal allegations, although his practice focuses on allegations of white collar fraud, sexual assaults, violent crimes, and drug conspiracies.
Tom Ward brings more than 19 years of courtroom litigation experience to his practice, which focuses on criminal defense, white-collar defense, and civil litigation in state and federal courts. Tom began his legal career in 1997 when he graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law.
Josh Amos is a seasoned trial lawyer with a practice devoted to litigation. Josh utilizes a client centered approach to develop strong relationships with his clients. Josh believes that winning verdicts are the product of thorough investigation, good legal research, and strategic legal decisions.
Gerald McDermott is the recipient of: Norm Kripke Lifetime Achievement Award, 1999; American Jurisprudence Award, 1969. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, + 20 years. Staff Member, Denver Law Journal, 1968-1969. Author: “Applicability of Miranda to a Criminal Tax Suspect,” Denver Law Journal, Vol. 45, No. 5, 1968.
John Portman has devoted the vast majority of his 32 years as a lawyer to successfully assisting people being investigated for or accused of committing crimes. He served as a deputy public defender in the Jefferson County regional office for 9 years, where he was the Senior Trial Deputy.