Tracey Eubanks has been practicing criminal defense law for over 20 years. First, as a public defender for 11 years and currently as a private criminal defense attorney in the Colorado Springs community. Tracey Eubanks completed her undergraduate degree at Arizona State University in 1993 and then returned to her home state of Colorado for law school. At the University of Denver, Tracey Eubanks concentrated her law school academia specifically in at the area of Criminal Defense law. As Tracey's career developed she found that she has a passion and unique skill set to represent individuals both charged with minor crimes all the way to homicide cases. No case is too small or too complicated with Tracey Eubanks's experience. Tracey has handled many high publicity cases and treats each client with the individualized attention that their case demands. Tracey Eubanks also specializes in the unique area of juvenile defense law. She has three children of her own and treats every child as she would want her child treated in the juvenile justice system. Very few attorneys have the qualifications in this specialized field that Tracey has. Tracey received the prestigious award of Juvenile Defender of the Year in 2018 by the Colorado Juvenile Defender Coalition. Tracey continues to enjoy the practice of law 20 years later and staying abreast of the ever evolving law.
Bill Griffin began practicing law in 1997 at the Colorado Springs Office of the Public Defender. While at the Public Defender's Office Bill honed his skills as a trial litigator handling every type of case from drug charges and domestic violence allegations, to sexual assaults and homicides and everything in between. Bill developed a passion for handling forensic evidence and became specialized in challenging DNA evidence in pre-trial litigation and at trial. In 2003, Bill left the Public Defender's Office and opened The Griffin Law Firm. Bill has been in private practice running The Griffin Law Firm ever since. During this time Bill has practiced primarily criminal defense taking well over 100 cases to jury trial. Bill has won not guilty verdicts in every type of case, from DUI to drug charges, from domestic assault to sexual assault, and from white collar and organized crime charges to first degree murder. Bill recognizes that people charged with crimes may well be in the most difficult and uncertain position of their lives and recognizes the need to communicate and advocate zealously on all of his client's behalf.
Bill attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating in 1991 with a degree in history. Bill moved to Colorado in 1992 and enrolled in the University of Denver law school in 1994, graduating in 1997. Bill's focus through law school was criminal law and trial practice and has put that training into practice ever since.
Bill has three children and loves the lifestyle available in Colorado. He enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking and just being with his family.