Criminal Defense Dismissals

Baumgartner Law's record of dismissals is unmatched in the State of Colorado.

Assault in the 2nd Degree, Felony Menacing, and Assault in the Third Degree Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | August 6, 2021

People v. A.H.:  A.H. was charged with Assault in the 2nd Degree, Felony Menacing, and Assault in the Third Degree out of Arapahoe County for defending his brother, himself and his house.  Baumgartner Law fought this case for two years until the Prosecution dismissed all charges just prior to the third jury trial setting. 

Felony Attributing to Delinquency of Minor – Denver County Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | July 21, 2021

People v. A. K. – Our client A.K. discovered that her children were intoxicated and needed her help. When she came to their aide, one of the children had falsely told the police that she supplied them with alcohol. In an all too common rush to judgement the police arrested and charged our client with…

Interference with a Police Officer Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | July 12, 2021

People vs. J.D.:  J.D. was charged with Interference with a Police Officer.  In this case, our client was assisting a houseless client of hers to relocate during a Denver Police Department “clean up” of Lincoln Memorial Park.  During this time, a protester was knocked down to the ground by the police.  She was charged with…

Interference with a Police Officer and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | July 12, 2021

People v. T.M.:  T.M. was charged with Interference with a Police Officer and Failure to Obey a Lawful Order.  He was stopped, detained, and arrested without reasonable suspicion or probable cause by the Denver Police during the recent downtown protests. After Baumgartner Law filed a motion to suppress all evidence for this unconstitutional action, the Court…

Assault, Child Abuse & DV Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | July 6, 2021

People v. J.B.: J.B. was charged with Assault in thee Third Degree, Domestic Violence, and Child Abuse in Arapahoe County because he prevented his intoxicated spouse from driving with their infant son in the car. Baumgartner Law fought hard for his right as a parent to protect his infant child and prepared for trial. The…

Assault Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | June 18, 2021

A.R. was charged with felony assault on at at-risk person in Adams County. After an extensive investigation and several interviews Managing Attorney, Birk Baumgartner was able to secure a complete dismissal of all charges for A.R.

Domestic Violence Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | May 6, 2021

Domestic Violence A. H. was charged with domestic violence as a result for allegations by an alleged victim who later said they could barely remember the incident. After thorough investigation and hard advocacy. Baumgartner Law was able to obtain full dismissal for A.H. and seal all criminal records. A.H. now has a clean criminal history.

Felony Menacing Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | April 30, 2021

People v. M.C.:   M.C. was charged with Felony Menacing because a family member falsely accused him of threatening her with a gun. We at Baumgartner Law were able to prove to the Denver District Attorney that this did not happen and the case was dismissed.  We also had the matter sealed so it does not…

Felony Assault on at Risk Person – Adams County Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | April 21, 2021

People v. A. R. – After a tragic interaction with a senile family member our client was wrongfully arrested by the Commerce City Police Department and charged with felony assault on an at risk person. Managing attorney S. Birk Baumgartner was able to obtain a speedy and just dismissal of all charges after a careful…

Felony Assault, at Risk Person – Douglas County Dismissal

By Baumgartner Law | March 1, 2021

People v A.R. – Our client was arrested and wrongfully charged with felony assault on an at risk person. Although our clients previous attorney was able to make no progress with the District Attorney, Baumgartner Law secured a complete dismissal of all charges and sealed his case well before trial. Through our diligent investigation, persistent…