Larry D. Combs - Steamboat Springs Criminal Defense Attorney

Larry D. Combs

 
 
                                  
 
 

Larry D. Combs

I provide criminal defenses within the 14th judicial district which includes Routt County, Moffat County and Grand County, Colorado. This includes the municipalities of Steamboat Springs, Craig, Hot Sulphur Springs, Oak Creek and Hayden.

CURRICULUM VITAE

  • Date of Birth: May 4, 1948
  • Graduated from Indiana University in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and Public Policy
  • Interned with Marion County, Indiana, Public Defender's Office: 1970-1972
  • Law Clerk for Judge John B. Wilson, Criminal Court IV, Marion County, Indiana: 1972-1973
  • Graduated with Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from Indiana University Law School at Indianapolis in 1973
  • Admitted to the Indiana Bar and the United States District Court, Southern District of Indiana in 1973
  • Public Defender for the Johnson County Court Circuit Court, Indiana: 1975-1985
  • Member of the Board of Directors for the Indiana Public Defender Council: 1977-1986
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Indiana Public Defender Council: 1981-1983
  • Admitted to the Florida Bar in 1985
  • Assistant Public Defender in Sarasota County, Florida: 1986-1990, Capital Division (homicides, death penalty cases and sexual assaults)
  • Member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (President Sarasota Chapter): 1990-1993
  • Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers: 1990-1996
  • Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education: 1990-2000
  • Admitted to the Colorado Bar: November 2000
Legal Fees

A word About Fees

"After 42 years, I understand that people do not save money for legal fees. Bad things happen to good people and funds are not always immediately available to pay a bondsman and an attorney. If a client is willing to trust an attorney to defend them, an attorney should trust the client for payment. Every attorney/client agreement should have a contract that is fair and affordable. I do not believe in outrageous hourly rates or retainers. Reasonable payment plans can work for both parties. The attorney works for the client and the client controls and decides how much money will be spent on a case. "

       -- Larry D. Combs

 

 

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