Whitney received her law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She has represented hundreds of clients over the years in everything from traffic cases, misdemeanors, up to serious felony charges. She has tried dozens of jury trials and has received many favorable verdicts for her clients. Whitney previously worked for the Innocence Project of Texas, a non-profit organization dedicating to representing people wrongfully convicted of crimes. She has lived in Boulder, Salida, Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs.
In her spare time, Whitney enjoys mountain biking, skiing, climbing, gardening, and spending time with her dog, Barney.
Tel: (720) 504-6929
WHTNEY STARK TODAY
For any general inquiries, please fill in the following contact form:
Contact me for a
The best way to know if a lawyer is a right fit for you is to meet them in person and discuss your situation. Call or email me today and let's sit down to talk about your case. Consulations are always free and everything we talk about is confidential. If I can't help you with your particular situation, I can refer you to someone who can.
Every case is different and every client has unique priorities. I do not believe in the "one-size-fits-all" approach to representing clients. I promise to take the time to thoroughly understand each client's situation and to craft a unique solution for each case. I promise to be available to answer my clients' questions and address their concerns. I make sure my clients are always fully informed of all aspects of their case so they can feel confident in their decision. I bring experience, aggressive representation, and creativity to each case to get the best result possible.
The Law Office of
Experienced representation tailored to your needs.
Drug Possession and Distribution
Animal Related Charges
False Information to Authorities
Victims in criminal cases
UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINARY HEARINGS
WHY DO YOU NEED AN ATTORNEY?
Our legal system is intimidating and fast-paced. Courts are more interested in moving cases through the system rather than making sure justice is served. Judges cannot give you advice on what to do. In fact, they can't tell you whether you are getting a good deal or not. Although prosecutors are supposed to seek justice, they are more focused on getting convictions and moving on to the next case. No one can give you legal advice or advocate for you except your own attorney. The sooner an attorney can start working on your behalf, the better.