Areas of Practice.
Gold Law, L.L.C. is a criminal defense practice that has an emphasis on DUI defense. Gold Law is also focused on drug offenses, sex offenses, domestic violence, gaming/gambling related cases and juvenile cases including navigating the complex dynamics of juvenile sex offenses against other children. Matthew Gold has experience handling every level of criminal case, from traffic offenses to First Degree Murder, and can help you navigate any aspect of a criminal case.
Focused and Equipped to Defend your DUI Case.
Gold Law, L.L.C. provides focused and experienced DUI defense. Matthew Gold has handled thousands of cases involving DUI charges in criminal court. This experience includes impaired driving and drunk driving cases of all types, including underage drinking and driving, felony DUI, Vehicular Assault and Vehicular Homicide involving injury and death, and DUI involving drugs and marijuana. Matthew Gold knows how to asses the strengths and weaknesses of the State's case against you and uses that knowledge and experience to get you the best possible result. Of Counsel Jeffrey Evan Gold (NJ) has over 38 years of experience handling drunk driving cases, has been referred to as "the dean" of NJ drunk driving lawyers, and has handled over a thousand drunk driving cases as defense counsel.
Challenge Allegations of Domestic Violence
In the state of Colorado, police officers are required to make an arrest if they believe an act of domestic violence has taken place. This does not mean however, the prosecutor will agree, or can make a strong enough case in court for conviction. Matthew Gold has handled thousands of domestic violence cases and knows how to assess the strengths and weaknesses of these unique cases and to advise you on the best course of action. Gold can then use this experience to negotiate a favorable outcome or if necessary succeed at trial.
Navigate the Juvenile Justice System
Unlike adult criminal cases, prosecutors must consider the best interest of the juvenile to achieve a holistic approach to outcomes on a juvenile case. As a prosecutor, Matthew Gold spent time as part of the juvenile unit, gaining the valuable perspective and specialized knowledge necessary to navigate these unique cases. This includes the unique considerations of juveniles who offend sexually against other children. Gold's knowledge of the system and how prosecutors handle these sensitive cases, will ensure you get the best possible defense strategy.
Matthew Gold has handled thousands of drug matters from small possession to high level distribution. These cases are complex and it takes a practiced eye to know how and where to build a defense.
All Other Criminal Matters
Matthew Gold can assist you with any level of criminal charge. Mr. Gold has handled thousands of cases as a prosecutor and has experience with every level of criminal charge, from minor traffic offenses to First Degree Murder. Having brought over 70 cases before a jury for trial means Mr. Gold knows what it takes to assess a cases strengths, negotiate a favorable deal, or succeed at trial.
DMV license Revocations
Just because you are arrested for a DUI, doesn't mean you need to lose your license. Revocations can be contested and alternatives to complete revocation are available. Matthew Gold can help you navigate the DMV revocation process to help ensure you can keep your license and your life afloat.
After a case is concluded
Even after a conviction is final, there are ways to have a case overturned in the interest of justice. Matthew Gold has experience navigating these matters and can advise you of the best course of action in accomplishing these goals. Also, Mr. Gold can help you through the process of sealing your criminal records, probation and parole violations, and petitions to be removed from the sex offender registry.
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