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Kevin McGreevy’s practice focuses on criminal defense, appellate, and civil litigation for individuals and entities in both Colorado State and Federal courts. He has represented individuals and entities at trial, including serving as lead counsel in approximately 50 jury trials.
Mr. McGreevy’s primary experience is in representing entities and individuals facing prosecution by the government. His roster of clients is wide-ranging and includes representing large corporations in Colorado under investigation by the Department of Justice, to representing individuals accused of misdemeanors or facing regulatory sanctions. Click here for a list of representative matters. His breadth of experience spans achieving decisions from the government not to file charges at all, to winning cases following trial by jury. Mr. McGreevy has taken numerous cases to jury trial, including successfully defending those accused of financial crimes as well as sexual assault and homicide. Mr. McGreevy’s criminal defense experience is split between State and Federal courts.
Mr. McGreevy’s civil accomplishments are framed by the general experience of representing individuals and entities on the precipice of or in the throes of litigation. Mr. McGreevy has represented some of Denver’s largest law firms on various issues, including a complex case alleging accomplice liability with the law firm’s client, and a case alleging unregistered lobbying misconduct on behalf of the firm’s client. His experience in representing law firms (and lawyers subpoenaed before grand juries) has resulted in his considerable expertise in the attorney-client privilege realm. Mr. McGreevy’s trial litigation in the criminal field has crossed over to benefit his civil clients; he has been hired on on the eve of trial by a corporate entity and successfully represented that client at trial. He has successfully resolved disputes that previously seemed destined for civil trial. A central part of the strength in hiring Kevin McGreevy, whether for a civil or a criminal matter, is the threat of trial becomes real to the opposing side because of his experience.