2011, People v. Kaleb Young (jury trial verdict of “Not Guilty” on all criminal charges including felonies for patient and caregiver asserting “Medical Necessity” for amount of plants greater than presumptive amount, medicine ordered returned, Travis Simpson second chair).
Lawyers from Corry & Associates have represented the criminally accused in cases involving homicide, sex crimes, assault, fraud, forgery, financial white collar, identity theft, conspiracy, organized crime, gang-related, correctional, drugs, robbery, burglary, theft, domestic violence, DUI/DWAI, juvenile, child abuse, parole and probation, and others. The firm’s Criminal Defense clients include business owners, physicians, attorneys, elected officials, government employees, police officers, professional athletes, medal-winning Olympians, farmers, growers, patients, political activists, and others. Lead Attorney Robert J. Corry, Jr. has tried and won more medical marijuana-related criminal cases than all other Colorado attorneys combined. Example criminal cases include the following: