Leonard I. Frieling, P.C.

Criminal Defense Attorney


Leonard I. Frieling

My Canary: An App to Measure Impairment


Pot on Probation?

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Colorado employment and MMJ: NEW critical court ruling in Colorado.

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Does marijuana make driving safer or more dangerous?

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Ever wonder about Marijuana Breath Testing?

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Ever wonder about THC Testing?

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What can be part of a plea bargain?

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Lenny "Smelling the Roses"
Keith Stroup, Rick Cusick, Lenny Frieling, Chris Chiari - Cannabis Cup 2015
Raptor Rehab in Boulder, LIF photo w/ manipulation
Lenny Frieling Moderating NORML's 2013 Aspen Legal Seminar
Lenny Frieling with noted attorney E.X. Martin from Dallas, TX
Stained glass in Barcelona, Spain
Nature's Gifts
New York Botanical Garden's Greenhouse
New York Botanical Garden's Orchid Show
Mountain Goat
Gaudi's House
Montserrat, Barcelona, Spain
Lenny Frieling Lecturing in Cheyenne, Wyoming


Criminal Defense, drug cases, expert marijuana law consultations, + years in criminal courtrooms and in the halls of the legislature. Are you being investigated for, charged with, or otherwise dealing with a criminal case involving marijuana or other drugs, driving problems, or other felonies or misdemeanors? My + years of experience in these areas provides unique quality representation.

Interested in starting a marijuana business in Colorado? Learn more about Lenny's consulting service

Have a criminal defense problem? This includes allegations, suspicions, investigations, or charges related to marijuana and any licit or illicit drugs, crimes of alleged violence, other assaults, weapons violations, DUI, DUID, driving violations from speeding to vehicular homicide, motor vehicle matters, vehicular assault, domestic violence issues, other drug violations.

Lenny's paradigm is to handle fewer cases, so that he can bring more caring attention, sweat, creativity, and hopefully more magic to each case.

All matters related to providing his clients a proper “client centered” and proactive defense that today's criminal justice system often doesn't provide defendants without the guidance and knowledge of professional legal experience.

Lenny has extensive experience in handling criminal matters involving all aspects of mental health-psychological issues. His background in the sciences, both hard and soft, enables him to communicate with experts and lay people in an extraordinary variety of disciplines and skills.

Lenny is admitted to practice in the Courts of the State of Colorado, the Federal District and Circuit Courts in the 10th Circuit, as well as the United States Supreme Court. He is Of Counsel to Imhoff & Associates based in Los Angeles, California and Colorado Counsel for the firm, having been invited to join when the firm was The Cochran Firm, under Johnnie Cochran.

Lenny (along with fellow defense attorney Philip Cherner) instituted the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar on the Internet, established their Email listserv (now with over 700 participants), created and maintained their first website and Lenny personally maintained the list of Internet resources for the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar from its inception for the first six years.

For the FOX TV season which began August 27, 2001, Lenny "played" a lawyer on TV as one of the featured attorneys on the FOX network show Power of Attorney .

Professional

Lenny's practice is limited to criminal defense including allegations or charges related to: drug cases, driving cases, assaults, weapons violations, domestic violence, and more.

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Renaissance Man

Lenny has skills in fine arts, music, sciences, literature, hand-on types of work and even was an actor on a Fox TV Show.

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Honors/Membership

Lenny has received numerous honors including 2011 Colorado Super Lawyer, Martindale-Hubbell AV and Preeminent Lawyers as well as a Life Member of NORML Legal Committee, Colorado Criminal Defense Bar and the Executive Director of Colorado NORML.

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Rabbi Hillel was asked to define Judaism while standing on one foot. “What is evil unto you, do not do unto others. The rest is commentary. Now go and study.”