Pueblo, CO Attorney Matthew S. Martin

My commitment to my clients, whether right or wrong, innocent or guilty, is to use my knowledge, experience and skill to equalize the balance of power to get the fairest hearing and best results possible.

About Matt Martin - Pueblo Attorney

Experienced, Compassionate, and Dedicated Attorney

  • Martin developed his extensive litigation and negotiation skills through 40 years of legal practice in Colorado.
  • Martin commenced his legal career as a Deputy District Attorney for six years in Pueblo, Colorado, where he learned how prosecutors think and act, a tremendous advantage when fighting to protect the rights of his accused clients.
  • As a prosecutor, Matthew Scott Martin realized his passion was speaking up for people and protecting their constitutional rights and civil liberties.
  • Martin entered private practice in January, 1987, focusing his practice in criminal and constitutional defense (felonies, drugs, homicide, sexual assault and DUI), civil rights (Section 1983; Title VII; police brutality; racial, national origin, gender and age discrimination; the First Amendment; and prisoners’ rights), and personal injury (wrongful death, auto accidents,slip and fall, medical malpractice).
  • Matt Martin is committed to being the voice of human rights, speaking up against the government and corporations for those who cannot speak for themselves.
  • Being a bulldog prosecutor trained Martin well to fight for his clients’ rights; he is not afraid to take on the government and governmental employees.
  • Matt is a 1980 graduate of The John Marshall Law School at the University of Illinois-Chicago and is also a 2019 graduate of The Trial Lawyers College.
  • Matt’s favorite hobbies are fantasy baseball and working out.

Client Success Stories

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Sexual Assault



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Wrongful Death

Car Crashes

Medical Malpractice

Legal Malpractice

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Police Brutality


First Amendment

Prisoner Rights

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