Attorney Kevin Ellmann

*Rated as Best Lawyers in America for DUI defense

Castle Rock Criminal Defense Attorney
DUI Attorney Castle Rock Colorado
Castle Rock Criminal Defense Attorney DUI

Kevin T. Ellmann, Esq.



Kevin Ellmann, a Colorado Domestic Violence & Criminal Defense Attorney, began his legal career in 1997 when he served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable William F. Dressel in the 8th Judicial District. (Judge Dressel is now the President of the National Judicial College). In 1998, Kevin became a Deputy District Attorney in the 18th Judicial District, District Attorney’s Office, in Arapahoe County, Colorado.


After gaining legal experience prosecuting criminal cases in the County, Juvenile, and District Courts, Kevin went to the Douglas County office in 2002 and continued to handle cases in the District Courts, becoming a Senior Deputy in 2005. Kevin left the District Attorney’s Office in December 2006. That is when Kevin began his career of representing those charged with crimes. By focusing on criminal defense, Kevin provides personal and competent service to those who have been charged with a criminal act. Kevin’s skills in negotiation, understanding the legal issues and trial techniques provide his clients with a quality of representation that sets him apart from others.

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With help from experienced criminal defense attorney Kevin Ellmann, you may be able to have your charges reduced, negotiate a plea bargain, or have your criminal charges dismissed due to a lack of evidence. Kevin will fight hard for you and defend your legal rights.

“I had two serious felonies that I was facing, and Kevin got me out of trouble. I’m more than happy with the outcome of my case. Kevin is highly recommended in my book.” ★★★★★


“I contacted Kevin with a small problem with my license and he jumped right in with both feet and took care of it for me. Being 2000 miles away I put all my trust in him that he would take care of it and not only was it taken care of, the outcome far exceeded my expectations. If you need a lawyer, you need Kevin.” ★★★★★


“Along with Kevin’s knowledge of the law, Kevin also has an edge in that he has great connections in the district attorney’s office and knowledge of how they opperate. Kevin knows when a case needs to settle and when to push the case to trial. Kevin has never let me down and I have referred Kevin to several people who inform me that they too were satisfied by his representation.” ★★★★★


“Because of Kevin’s experience as a former prosecutor, he is extraordinarily well-positioned to help people through what can be a very difficult process when charged with a crime. His reputation is that of an ethical and talented trial attorney — who works hard for his clients in earning a just result. I could not speak more highly of Kevin.”

Daniel Deasy, General Practice Lawyer in Greenwood Village, CO

“Kevin is a true warrior. His dedication to his clients and his craft is inspiring to those of us who have seen him work. He will leave no stone unturned as he fights for you.”

Darin Mangnall, Criminal Defense Attorney in Denver, CO

“I had the pleasure of working with Kevin at the District Attorney’s Office for the 18th Judicial District. Because he is so knowledgeable of criminal law and so familiar with the judges and DAs in the 18th Judicial District, he is extremely skilled and adept at getting his clients the best possible deal that they could ever obtain from any attorney. He is a true credit to the defense bar and a zealous advocate of his clients.”

Christopher Leroi, Mediation Attorney in Greenwood Village, CO

Areas of Practice


  • University of Wyoming, College of Law, Laramie, Wyoming, 1997 Juris Doctorate
  • University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, 1994 Bachelor of Science Major: Political Science/ Pre-Law

Past Employment Positions

  • Hon. William F. Dressel in the 8th Judicial District, Law Clerk, 1997 – 1998
  • 18th Judicial District, District Attorney’s Office, in Arapahoe County, Colorado, Deputy District Attorney, 1998 – 2006
  • Douglas County Office, 2002 – 2006