Mr. Campbell’s civil law practice emphasizes commercial litigation, contracts, real estate, landlord/tenant, consumer fraud, and family law matters. His criminal defense practice involves felonies and misdemeanors. During his thirty-five years of courtroom litigation experience, Mr. Campbell has handled numerous bench and jury trials along with more than thirty-plus appeals. The appellate cases include several precedent setting decisions. He is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in Colorado, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Campbell has the experience clients trust. The core values of Mr. Campbell’s practice include personal integrity and the belief that clients deserve to be treated with care and respect. Mr. Campbell understands that legal disputes can be stressful and overwhelming. In providing legal representation. Mr. Campbell strives to combine quality advice and advocacy with a personal client relationship. Clients are provided with the guidance needed to protect their rights and achieve a positive resolution of legal disputes. Mr. Campbell has been a resident of Colorado for more fifty years. He received his B.A. from Northwest Nazarene University, and his J.D. from Drake University. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. Prior to starting his own practice Mr. Campbell was a litigation partner in a small firm in southeast Denver, Mr. Campbell was also a deputy district attorney with Adams County, Colorado where he served as a trial attorney and chief deputy for the juvenile division. Reported appellate cases include: Allen v. Reed, 155 P.3d 443; County of Adams, and Robert J. Lowe v. Hibbard, 918 P.2d 212 ; and Anderson v. Board of Adjustment for Zoning Appeals, 931 P.2d 517 Mr. Campbell has earned the AV® Preeminent™ peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards, as evaluated by other lawyers in the bar and judiciary.