Over 33 years of experience as an aggressive DUI Defense Attorney in Fort Collins and throughout Northern Colorado

DUI Fort Collins

Brad Allin is willing to fight for your rights to ensure the best possible outcome for you.

Recent Cases

March 10, 2015

Drivers License Hearing – Brad Allin got the action dismissed against his client because the documents were insufficient to show the test was taken within two hours.  This dismissal is a good example of how Brad’s strategy to have client’s say “no, I do not want the officer present at the driver’s license hearing” when they request the hearing can result in dismissals.  He reviewed all of the reports and realized the documents themselves were insufficient to prove that the test was taken within two hours.  We, therefore, did not subpoena the officer to the hearing, rested on the documents, and won the case.

December 8, 2014

4th Not Guilty Verdict in a row for Fort Collins DUI Lawyer Brad Allin.

Our client was pulled over for having no headlights. He admitted to being at a bar but he felt he was safe to drive. The officer completed standard field sobriety tests (the roadsides) and a breath test came back as .069 BrAC. Unwilling to settle, we fought this case and won.

Sadly, it has become standard procedure for some attorneys to just settle their DUI/DWAI cases, telling their DUI/DWAI clients that they have no other choice. Hiring aggressive and experienced counsel may give you more options. You do have options regardless of how bad you think your situation may be. At the Law Office of Brad Allin we are willing to fight for your rights to get you the best possible outcome.

November 2014

District Attorney dismisses DUI charge rather than try case. “Supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting” Sun Tzu The Art of War. Client stopped for speeding, refused roadsides (as he should), refused blood or breath test, officer notes bloodshot watery eyes, strong odor of alcoholic beverage, and client admits drinking. The District Attorney dismisses Alcohol charge rather than try case against experienced attorney with winning record.

Not Guilty Verdict Returned in Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana Case in Record Time

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – On November 20th, a case of marijuana-related DUI was concluded, resulting in a verdict of not guilty on the DUID (DRIVING UNDER THE INFULENCE OF DRUGS) charges. The defendant left the courtroom with both his freedom and driving privileges intact, thanks, in no small part, to the masterful efforts of the attorney representing him. READ FULL STORY

Drivers Charged with DUI/DWAI Found Not Guilty

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – In less than two months, attorney Brad Allin succeeded in obtaining three dismissals for drivers charged with DUI in cases that the DA insisted on prosecuting. By doing so, Allin has maintained his reputation as an excellent trial lawyer, allowing him to obtain more favorable settlement offers for others he represents. READ FULL STORY 

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DUI and Criminal Defense Lawyer serving Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley

If you have a DUI or DUID case and are seeking a DUI Defense Attorney in Fort Collins, Loveland, or Greeley, call me. My extensive knowledge and experience with the local court system makes a difference.

  • I have been an instructor of the “DUI Defense” class for local criminal defense attorneys
  • I have been an instructor of “Trial Tactics” and “Criminal Law” for the Larimer County POST certified Sheriff’s Academy

You Must Request a Hearing within 7 Days!!!

To do this, you must go into any DMV office with the “EXPRESS CONSENT AFFIDAVIT AND NOTICE OF REVOCATION” given to you by the officer and request a hearing. If your driver’s license was not taken by the officer, you may bring it with you and surrender it at the time you make the request and you will be granted a temporary permit to drive until the hearing. If you would like to speak with an experienced and qualified DUI Defense Attorney in the Fort Collins area, call me to discuss whether to request the officer’s presence at this hearing. This decision is critical and is made on a case by case basis.