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If you or a family member needs counsel on how best to deal with a Colorado criminal charge or traffic violation, I am always ready to respond. As a former deputy district attorney who spent five years navigating our county and district courts, prosecuting thousands of cases and conducting numerous jury trials, I have the knowledge and perspective you need to make sound, confident decisions. I am licensed to practice law in New York as well as Colorado.

If you choose to hire me, dedicated Aspen-based defense lawyer Richard Nedlin, you will speak and work directly with me from day one through every phase of your case. I represent many people who live out of state as well as local citizens. I will take your call immediately, return it promptly or respond to your email inquiry within 48 hours if possible.

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Law Office of Richard P. Nedlin, LLC
111 Aspen Airport Business Center, Suite R
Aspen, CO 81611
Phone: 970-236-6875
Fax: 970-429-4910
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