Christopher George Collins is an experienced attorney in Greeley, Colorado focusing his practice on issues related to Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI, Domestic Violence, Divorce, Child Custody & Support. He also handles cases concerning simple assaults, felony assaults, drug crimes, sexual assault, and murder. He is the partner of the law firm, Collins, Liu, & Associates, LLP since 2004.
He has conducted jury trials throughout his legal career of two decades and has gained valuable experience as a trial lawyer. He has obtained certification in the area of roadside sobriety maneuvers used in DUI investigations by undergoing the same training that police officers in Colorado receive.
He has handled numerous cases involving DUI allegations throughout his career both as a prosecutor and a defense attorney. He has recently started handling cases related to estate planning, bankruptcy, trusts, landlord-tenant disputes, and Wills.
His rich experience in litigation is useful in better assisting clients with needs in areas like domestic violence, felonies, crimes against children, etc.
A native of the state of Iowa, he obtained a B.A. degree with honors from the University of Iowa in 1994. He moved to Denver to attend the University of Denver College of Law and earned his Juris Doctorate in 1997.
Christopher Collins obtained the license to practice law in Colorado in 1998. He started working as a prosecutor in Burlington. He got promoted and began prosecuting felonies in four counties across Colorado’s eastern plains, and also managed the district attorney’s office at Burlington for Colorado’s 13th Judicial District.
He moved on to the district attorney’s office for the 19th Judicial District in Greeley, Colorado in 2001, and specialized in the prosecution of drug crimes, crimes against children, and domestic violence cases.
He is an active member of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar Association and the Colorado Bar Association. He served as a Board Member of the Weld County Bar Association during 2007 – 2014 and instructed high school teams at mock trial competitions in Weld County. He enjoys instructing in the law. He has won Pro Bono Service Award in 2005 and 2006 from the Weld County Legal Service.
Attorney Collins serves as a guest lecturer on search and seizure at local colleges and universities. He has also instructed on Fourth Amendment search and seizure law to the Colorado State Investigators Association.
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