CSU & UNC Student Offenses
College is a fun time for many, but mistakes and misunderstandings do happen. If not handled properly, criminal charges during your college years can follow you for the rest of your life in the form of a criminal record. To protect yourself from the criminal and collateral consequences of a conviction, it is crucial to seek the advice of a knowledgeable defense lawyer.
If you or your child is facing criminal charges in northern Colorado, call 970-493-3600 or toll free 888-830-9445 for a free initial consultation with a Fort Collins college crimes defense attorney.
Committed To Protecting The Rights Of College Students
At the office of Eric A. Sunness, Attorney At Law, LLC, we have nearly 30 years of experience representing clients in Fort Collins, Greeley and northern Colorado. Our firm is committed to assisting the area’s students with their criminal defense needs. Founding attorney Eric A. Sunness was the head coach of the men’s ice hockey team at Colorado State University in 2008 and 2009, taking home Coach of the Year honors from the university and the American Collegiate Hockey Association.
Providing Drug Possession And MIP Representation
We routinely represent students from the University of Northern Colorado (UNC), Colorado State University (CSU) and Front Range Community College. We provide a stringent defense for them against criminal charges such as:
- Drug charges, including possession, sale and cultivation
- Sexual assault, including allegations of rape
- Violent criminal offenses, including battery and assault
- Criminal mischief and vandalism, including public urination and other property crimes
- Burglary and robbery, as well as shoplifting charges
Student Disciplinary Hearing Representation
In addition to criminal representation, we also represent students at university disciplinary hearings. Our firm prepares students for the proceedings and works with them to ensure they understand the seriousness of their situations and take steps to improve their situations. It is key in these hearings to demonstrate that you are ready to move on and not find yourself in a similar situation again.