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Kevin Ellmann began his legal career in 1997 when he served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable William F. Dressel in the 8th Judicial District. (Judge Dressel is now the President of the National Judicial College). In 1998, Kevin became a Deputy District Attorney in the 18th Judicial District, District Attorney's Office, in Arapahoe County, Colorado. After gaining legal experience prosecuting criminal cases in the County, Juvenile and District Courts, Kevin went to the Douglas County office in 2002 and continued to handle cases in the District Courts, becoming a Senior Deputy in 2005. Kevin left the District Attorney's Office in December 2006. That is when Kevin began his career of representing those charged with crimes. By focusing on criminal defense, Kevin is able to provide personal, competent service to those who have been charged with a criminal act. Kevin's skills in negotiation, understanding the legal issues and trial techniques provide his clients with a quality of representation that sets him apart from others.


Languages spoken: Spanish

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Practice areas


  1. DUI & DWI: 40%
    20 years, 300 cases
  2. Criminal Defense: 35%
    20 years, 2 thousand cases
  3. Juvenile: 15%
    18 years, 200 cases
  4. White Collar Crime: 10%
    20 years, 100 cases



Hourly ($150-250/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Free consultation (30 minutes)

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Contact info

Ellmann & Ellmann, P.C.

333 Perry Street, Suite 309
Castle Rock, CO, 80104-2434


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Professionalism AwardDouglas/Elbert County Bar Association2014
Rising StarSuperLawyers2012
Order of the BarristersNational Order of the Barristers1997
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PresidentEllmann & Ellmann, P.C.2006 - Present
Adjunct InstructorCommunity College of Aurora1999 - 2000
Senior Deputy District AttorneyOffice of the District Attorney - 18th J.D.1998 - 2006
Judicial Law ClerkState of Colorado - 8th Judicial District1997 - 1998
Association namePosition nameDuration
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar AssociationPresident - Douglas County Chapter - 2011 to present2007 - Present
Delta Theta Phi Legal FraternityPresident, UW Chapter- 20072005 - Present
Douglas/Elbert County Bar AssociationN/A2001 - Present
Colorado Bar AssociationN/A1997 - Present
Pi Kappa Alpha Social FraternityN/A1991 - Present
National District Attorneys AssociationN/A1999 - 2006
Arapahoe County Bar AssociationN/A1998 - 2000
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
People v. C.H.-M.Case completely dismissed - Sealed
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Publication nameTitleDate
Circuit MediaChapter on Felony DUI; Colorado DUI Defense Manual2015
Blog regarding various legal topicsEllmann & Ellmann, P.C. BlogN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Wyoming College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1997
University of WyomingPolitical ScienceBS - Bachelor of Science1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Colorado Criminal Defense RoadshowColorado Felony DUI laws2015
18th Judicial District Attorney/DCSO Courtroom TrainingCourtroom Training for Law Enforcement2015
Criminal Law CourseThe Role of the Prosecutor2006
The Criminal ProcessThe Role of the Prosecutor2005
"Testifying for Law Enforcement"Courtroom testimony training for Officers2004