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  • 5.0/5.0

    Cayce made me feel confident about my case. Your the best, thank you so much for all you do and did.

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Hillary C. Aizenman is an awesome attorney. She always returned my calls and emails quickly. Her wages were clear from the beginning and she is very honest and has integrity. She got good results for me!

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    I need an attorney really bad, so I called Polansky Law Firm not only did I win my case. But she explained the court procedure to me step-by-step I am so happy I picked this Law Firm. Thank you Cayce

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Lisa Polansky is a terrific criminal defense attorney who brings great knowledge and experience to the job as a result of handling countless, difficult cases, both in California and in Colorado. As a Colorado lawyer, I know that Lisa is hi...
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You have been convicted of a crime, what are your options now?

Many people believe that the moment the jury finds you guilty, or you accept a plea of guilty, that is the end of the line. At the Polansky Law Firm, Read More

Changing the way we police, prosecute, judge, and punish is the essence of criminal-justice reform. – Bryan Stevenson

By Josiah Cohen, Law Clerk at Polansky Law Firm (3L at CU Law School) Whether you’re driving through the city, scrolling through social media, or watching the evening news, it’s impossible to Read More

Polansky Law Firm Clerk Publishes Article for the National Association of Counsel for Children

Alison Gordon is a current 3L J.D. candidate at the University of Colorado, School of Law with a strong interest in juvenile justice, child welfare, criminal defense, and family law. Read More

New "Simplified" Expungement/Sealing Law

Expungement is a legal order that allows a person to claim that they have no juvenile delinquency record. Expungement is similar to the sealing of criminal records. But, expungement is Read More

Why You Should Take Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings Seriously

Our society and our laws treat the magic age of eighteen as a bright line in many ways. When it comes to the justice system, we have two separate courts Read More

Hire Civilian Counsel for Military Justice?

Military service members, just like civilians, are subject to the local and federal criminal laws of the United States. However, service members are also subject to the US Armed Forces’ Read More

Medical Marijuana and DUIs

Even though both recreational and medical marijuana are legal in Colorado, state law is very clear that driving while high is illegal. Having a medical marijuana card is not a Read More

MONTGOMERY V. LOUISIANA: BRINGING JUSTICE TO ALL

On June 25, 2012, the Supreme Court decided Miller v. Alabama, holding that sentencing children to life without parole, without first considering the mitigating effects of youth, was cruel and Read More

FEDERAL PROSECUTION IN MARIJUANA CASES IN COLORADO

  Despite the passage of Amendment 64, the federal law still outlaws the possession or cultivation of marijuana.  While there is an informal policy not to enforce the federal law in Read More

NEW CLEMENCY INITIATIVE FOR FEDERAL CONVICTIONS BRINGS HOPE

In April 2014, the Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole announced a new Clemency Iniative through the Department of Justice to the President of the United States whereby persons convicted Read More

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