Mitch obtained a bachelor’s degree in finance from New Mexico State University. He obtained his doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of Denver, where he was an accelerated graduate. Mitch is licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts of Colorado and New Mexico. Over Mitch’s 15+ years of practicing law he has represented clients at virtually all levels of the judiciary, from local District and Municipal Courts to Federal and 10th Circuit Courts.
Mitch was a prosecutor with the 11th judicial district attorney’s office in San Juan County, New Mexico prior to going into private practice in 2005. As a prosecutor he represented the state of New Mexico in the prosecution of DUI, Murder, Rape and White-Collar crimes. Mitch was co-counsel on the successful jury trial double homicide conviction of a serial killer and current death row inmate. Since going into private practice 15 years ago, Mitch has developed a reputation as an aggressive and prepared litigator in the areas of: Criminal Defense, Automobile Accident, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Social Security Disability, Divorce and Child Custody. Mitch has also successfully represented clients against large local and international corporations.
Corey obtained his bachelor’s degree in English from State University of New York-New Paltz, and earned a Doctorate degree in Jurisprudence from Ave Maria School of Law in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Corey has been practicing law in The State of New Mexico since 2008. He is an experienced trial attorney that has developed a reputation for being an aggressive and prepared litigator. Corey’s clients have found that he treats each case with the utmost attention and detail. His areas of practice include criminal defense, divorce and child custody, personal injury, and social security disability.