Nancy Kardon is the founder of Kardon Law, a Denver-based law firm focused on criminal defense in both state and federal court, on behalf of clients throughout both California and Colorado, and before federal courts throughout the country.
With years of criminal defense experience and a lengthy stint as a federal prosecutor, Nancy is a veteran trial attorney and has extensive experience defending individuals in both white collar and general criminal contexts.
She is particularly devoted to her extensive practice in the areas of domestic violence, sexual exploitation matters and cyber crimes, as well as in state and federal drug cases. Nancy formed Kardon Law in 2006 and has managed the firm as her Colorado-based practice.
Recently, she also launched Los Angeles, California-based offices, going by the firm name Robinson Kardon, with co-founding trial attorney Edward Robinson. Having bar memberships and domiciles in both California and Colorado allows her to practice in both states.
In her near decade of criminal defense practice, Nancy has made a name for herself with clients and within the criminal defense community for deliberately shunning the pervasive view that certain types of people accused of certain kinds of crimes do not merit a robust defense.
She has passionately advocated on behalf of some of the most vilified, underrepresented and mistreated defendants in the criminal justice system today.