Nancy Salomone


Since 1998, Nancy Salomone has focused her law practice entirely in the area of criminal defense. Nancy began her career in the Denver trial office of the Colorado State Public Defender. Early in her career, Nancy represented hundreds of clients on the defense of domestic violence property crimes and misdemeanor assaults. Before departing the Public Defender system, Nancy handled extremely serious domestic violence incidents, including sexual assaults, weapons offenses, and homicides. Nancy gathered tremendous courtroom experience, including dozens of jury trials.


In 2002, Nancy left the Public Defender’s office for private practice. As a private attorney specializing in the defense of domestic violence cases, Nancy’s representation extends beyond the defense of the criminal charges alone. Nancy understands that the disruption that results from a domestic violence arrest is felt far beyond the courtroom. Therefore, good legal representation includes foreseeing and addressing problems that frequently follow hand-in-hand with domestic violence charges: helping her clients salvage family relationships amid intense court involvement, manage the impact of DV charges on parenting and child custody, and navigate the expectations of treatment providers. When the outcome of the criminal charges is successful, Nancy also assists her clients with sealing the records of their arrest and prosecution in order to protect her clients’ reputations and future aspirations from harm.


Nancy's practice is based in Boulder, Colorado and includes the representation of numerous CU students.


Nancy received her law degree in 1998 from the University of Michigan, which is consistently recognized as one of the top ten law schools in the United States. She serves as a co-chair of the Boulder Criminal Defense Bar, is a Sustaining Member of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, and sits on the executive committee of the Colorado Innocence Project.

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