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“Tom is an amazing and honorable attorney. He’s quick on his feet and knows the law inside and out. He’s an incredibly caring attorney who will do above and beyond for you. That is my experience and I’m so glad he was there for me and my family.”
— Doris Hugo

“I have personally witnessed Tom Silverman prepare and try cases and represent people and their children for many years, and can say without hesitation that he is the best attorney in the 9th Judicial District, including Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Rifle, Carbondale, Parachute, Meeker and Eagle.”
—Becky Rippy

“Tom’s experience, professionalism and patience made it possible to resolve my case without a trial. I cannot recommend Tom, Katie and Pam and Joe highly enough! I consider The Silverman Law Firm my legal family."
—Sean McWilliams

“I could say a lot more, but here’s the bottom line: I know a great many lawyers, but if I got arrested, I would call Tom. Nobody else.”
—Tom Jirak

Silverman Law Offices


214 Eighth Street. Suite 207
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601


970-945-9218 (fax)


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Editorial Comment

Tom Silverman responds to DA Martin Beeson’s “Truth Hurts” comments

November 1, 2010
Martin Hurts the Truth and the Truth Hurts Martin
I don’t want this to be just an attack on Martin Beeson. I like Martin and I could defend
him based on the good things he has done for the benefit of the District. Nonetheless, his
public quotes are like watching a self-directed amputation, you know it’s going to be
horrible, but you pay attention to see how bad it gets.
Martin’s latest ...   read more

Tom’s response to DA Beeson’s attack on the public defenders

October 27, 2010
The Aspen Daily News claims the DA criticized the public defender as “frustrating the DA’s efforts” and suppressing evidence, and “representing criminals”. It states that he said they “did not serve the public” and represented “criminals at taxpayer expense”.
Assuming accuracy, I suggest strongly that Martin Beeson apologize to the public defenders, and the ...   read more

Health Care Debate

March 18, 2010
I recently had a conversation with a Colorado Judge who was very concerned that the proposed health care legislation will be far too costly if it passes.
I didn’t comment on that at the time.
But wouldn’t it be a more consistent position if the Judge were saying “because health care is too big a burden for taxpayers, I’m going to give up mine and pay for it myself! I’m fine ...   read more