Nicholas Lubchenco is a tireless advocate for his clients. He is dedicated to fighting for the best possible outcomes for his clients. He is committed to making sure that all his clients fully understand their rights and the options they have after being accused of a crime. Nicholas has represented over 1500 clients in the last 5 years on cases ranging from homicide to careless driving and almost everything in between. He is a trial lawyer who understands that no person should face the power of the police and the government without experienced and knowledgeable counsel.
Whether you want an advocate intelligently and persuasively fighting for you at trial, a skilled negotiator obtaining the most advantageous plea, or someone to help you decide how to proceed, Nicholas Lubchenco stands ready to help secure the best possible resolution for you.
“I believe that every person facing criminal charges brought by the government deserves an attorney who will fight for them and who will make sure they understand the process and the choices they have in how to proceed. I am a trial attorney. I will fight for you at every point. The willingness to fight can also help avoid unnecessary battles and help you negotiate from a position of strength. Every case is different, but my focus and my drive to secure the best result possible remains the same.”
Areas of Practice
Attorney Nicholas Lubchenco works exclusively on defending the rights of people charged with Felony and Misdemeanor Criminal Offenses of all types with a special interest in the area of DUI/DWAI.
Currently volunteers at the Office of the State Public Defender teaching Deputy Public Defenders trial tactics including challenging blood cases through understanding Gas Chromatography, challenging the Intoxilyzer 5000 for breath cases, themes and methods for defending refusals, and strategies appropriate for cases of all types.
National College of DUI Defense
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
Nicholas Lubchenco attended the University of Colorado at Boulder as a Boettcher Scholar, a National Merit Scholar, and a President’s Leadership Class Scholar. After initially focusing on Physics and Math, Nicholas became involved with politics and philosophy, interning at the State Capitol for Senator Dorothy Rupert.
Witnessing and participating in a small portion of her work defending vulnerable populations helped solidify his commitment to fight for the underdogs in society. Nicholas graduated with a degree in Philosophy.
Nicholas Lubchenco graduated Cum Laude from Arizona State University’s College of Law. During his time at ASU, he volunteered for the ACLU conducting interviews of pretrial detainees discussing the horrific conditions of the Maricopa County Jail. He also interned for a Federal District Court Judge, researching and drafting orders. Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Torts drew him in because of the unfairness and overwhelming advantage the government and large corporations had over every other person in this country.