We specialize in defending the most serious of allegations involving white-collar crimes, domestic violence, sex crimes, drug offenses, marijuana regulation, and professional discipline. We also take select civil cases in which a person’s dignity or rights are marginalized. Our success hinges on an extraordinarily thorough review of the evidence and deep expertise and skill in trial litigation. Unlike other firms that handle hundreds of cases at once, we only take on a small group of clients in order to dedicate our full concentration and resources to achieving the best possible outcomes.
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Ken Eichner. Veteran advocate and proven litigator, Ken Eichner is one of the top criminal defense attorneys in Colorado with a national name and practice. As a front-lines criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor, Ken launched the Eichner Law Firm in 1996. He defends individuals and corporations in state and federal criminal prosecutions, grand jury inquiries, and regulatory and government investigations in courts across the country. Ken has not lost a federal jury trial against the Department of Justice or any county court jury trial involving domestic violence since 1998. In 2017, he successfully blocked indictments relating to the Clinton email investigation and represented the former Secretary of State’s Denver-based server company at the subsequent congressional hearing. That same year, he also obtained dismissals of sexual assault charges against four individuals. A year later, he represented a witness in the congressional hearing related to allegations against United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In 2019, Ken won $2.7 million, the largest verdict in Colorado history in a defamation jury trial stemming from a person of color’s wrongful imprisonment for one night in jail. Having tried over 500 bench trials and 150 jury trials, Ken lends his expertise and sits on the advisory board of LYRIC (Learn Your Rights in the Community), a social justice platform that teaches teens their constitutional rights. LYRIC’s transformative vision: that raising awareness about individual rights will reduce the number of unnecessary arrests and subsequent traumas that often occur.
Kate Hennessy has co-counseled numerous high-stakes trial teams that have resulted in acquittals, dismissals, or dramatically reduced sentences for our clients. She has represented clients in both misdemeanor and serious felony cases involving white-collar COCCA issues, weapons, sexual assault, theft, national security, anti-terrorism, and civil restraining and protection orders. Kate’s significant litigation experience in complex criminal cases includes mitigation, grand jury practice, immigration consequences related to criminal charges, alcohol-related traffic cases, and other jailable offenses, and she helms our civil rights practice that focuses on helping individuals that have been subjected to governmental abuses of power. Kate helps set the standard that our firm’s thorough, zealous representation delivers. Prior to joining the Eichner Law Firm in 2015, Kate handled a robust trial docket as a Colorado Public Defender. During her time in the Arapahoe County Regional Office, Kate honed her courtroom skills and developed an unrelenting passion to defend her clients’ rights and freedoms.
Michael Delcour, a formidable advocate and integral part of our trial team, specializes in federal litigation, especially cases involving cybercrimes, data security breaches, national security, anti-terrorism, and the forensic acquisition and use of digital evidence. Michael has handled numerous internal investigations, federal tax defense, complex civil litigation, securities fraud, asset forfeiture litigation, white-collar fraud cases, and has conducted cybercrime and forensic IT investigations, overseen electronic discovery efforts, and led forensic IT teams in critical incident response following data breaches. Michael was a driving force in our firm’s representation of Platte River Networks and led the data recovery and discovery production during the FBI and congressional investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server. Combined with his extensive experience in both state and federal grand jury and trial practice, Michael brings to cybercrime investigations the perspective of a criminal trial attorney.
Jeff Wilson leads the firm’s cannabis practice, defending against government overreach by law enforcement and regulatory agencies. Jeff represents both individuals and businesses accused of all types of offenses ranging from serious felonies to licensing violations or denials. Jeff’s legal expertise is buttressed by his nuanced understanding of the science related to marijuana consumption and the sophisticated production processes involved in the regulated cannabis industry.
Jeff has helped hundreds of clients accused of crimes, including DUI, drug possession, cultivation, distribution, zoning violations, white-collar crimes, and civil forfeiture. In addition to defending clients in and out of court, Jeff counsels businesses and individuals on all matters of regulatory compliance related to marijuana and hemp. He has successfully defended clients against violations alleged by the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division, U.S. Customs, and local licensing authorities, including license infractions, suspensions, and revocations, as well as seizures and administrative holds. Further yet, Jeff counsels caregivers, medical patients, and recreational home growers on compliance with state and local cannabis laws to ensure protection of their constitutional rights. Jeff helped found the Colorado Bar Association Cannabis Law Section, the premier cannabis-specific professional organization for Colorado attorneys, for which he served as Vice-Chair in 2018 and Chair in 2019.
Lynn Hartfield has over twenty-five years’ experience representing clients in a wide variety of criminal and civil matters. A former federal public defender, she specializes in criminal trials and appeals in state and federal court. Although Lynn chairs our appellate practice, she also handles sentencing mitigation, attorney disciplinary matters, white collar crimes, DNA cases, securities violations, and compliance with Colorado’s marijuana regulations. Lynn also has expertise in asset forfeiture of any kind, from real property to personal possessions to marijuana plants and grow supplies. She has conducted trainings on cellular phone technology and privacy issues, federal sentencing guidelines, trial advocacy, and attorney ethics.
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