Matthew Gold is the founder and managing attorney of Gold Law, L.L.C. He established Gold Law because of his desire to help those individuals who find themselves in trouble, and who are in need of someone who will listen, guide, and fight for them. Matthew understands that your case is your highest priority and he is personally focused and invested in your case and outcome. At Gold Law, your case will not be handed off to an associate and will be handled personally by Matthew.
Matthew has handled thousands of cases in criminal court and has brought more than 70 cases to trial in Colorado.
Since establishing Gold Law, Matthew has focused on DUI and Criminal Defense and has defended clients in all major counties in the Denver Metro Area.
Prior to establishing Gold Law, Matthew was prosecutor, serving as a Deputy District Attorney in Colorado's First Judicial District (Jefferson and Gilpin Counties). During that time, Matthew handled thousands of criminal cases in Court. At the misdemeanor level, this included a primary focus on DUI and domestic violence cases. Matthew also worked in the Juvenile Unit, where he gained specialized knowledge in the juvenile justice system to include allegations involving sex crimes against children. As a felony prosecutor, Matthew gained experience handling assaults, drug offenses, sex offenses, homicide, and other serious crimes. Gold also spent time as the assigned felony line prosecutor in charge of Gilpin County, where he gained experience with gaming and gambling crimes.
Prior to working as a prosecutor, Matthew interned with a District Court Judge in Jefferson County, gaining the valuable perspective of the Judiciary and Courts.
Matthew Gold is licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado. He is a member of the Colorado Bar Association (Criminal Law Division, First Judicial District Section) and the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar. Matthew Gold is a presenter for LYRIC which teaches youth, particularly in underserved and minority communities, their constitutional rights when dealing with law enforcement.
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