Colleen M. Kirby, ESQ:
Maryland Traffic and Criminal Defense Attorney
Former Howard County Prosecutor
Being charged with a criminal or traffic offense is extremely stressful and requires an attorney that not only produces successful results, but also maintains open communication. Ms. Kirby is a dedicated attorney that truly cares about her clients. Ms. Kirby’s clients find peace of mind knowing their attorney keeps them informed of the case status, is always available for questions, and is compassionate towards their concerns and anxieties.
Ranked “Top 40 Under 40” and “Top 100 Trial Lawyers” by the National Trial Lawyers Association from 2013-2015
Received highest ranking of “Superb Rated Attorney” and
“Clients’ Choice Award” by Avvo with perfect ranking score of 10 out of 10
Most people have heard the saying that dogs are like their owners. I am often told I am the prime example of that saying. The pit bull is a dog of power, passion, and undying willingness. Those who have met me describe me in much the same way. Like my pit bulls, I am intelligent and tenacious. I pride myself in pursing what I need for my clients and I will not stop until I succeed. This makes me an extremely powerful contender in the courtroom.
SOME OF THE CASES I HANDLE INCLUDE:
- Drug Possession/Distribution<
- Assault and Domestic Violence
- Driving on a Suspended/Revoked License
- Alcohol Citations and Fictitious ID
- Driving Without a License/Insurance
- Disorderly Conduct and Trespass
- Theft and Shoplifting
- Protective/Peace Orders
- Traffic Citations (i.e. Speed, Negligent, Reckless)
During my free consultations, I explain the charges, possible penalties, defenses that can be raised, and my strategy for handling the case. Many attorneys overlook the important role of easing the concerns and anxieties of their clients. My clients feel secure knowing I am easily and readily available to answer questions that arise throughout the entire legal process.
Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and Carroll County