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Liquor License Violations And Suspensions

A liquor license violation, if not handled properly, can lead to severe sanctions, such as the suspension of the liquor license, revocation of the liquor license, and/or the closure of the business. Liquor license violations may also potentially lead to criminal charges.

Liquor license violations may be investigated by the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division and local law enforcement.  Our liquor license attorneys and paralegal team have experience with both administrative sanctions and criminal citations.

Our liquor license attorneys can handle all types of liquor license violations scenarios, including but not limited to:

  • selling liquor to minors
  • selling liquor to visibly intoxicated customers
  • selling liquor to customers with fake IDs
  • violating hours of operation
  • serving liquor after hours
  • allowing underage employees to handle liquor
  • hiding or transferring ownership of the business that holds the liquor license
  • illegal gambling in a licensed premises

For more information about Colorado liquor licensing violations or suspensions, or to contact one of our liquor licensing lawyers, please call (303) 777-3737, or e-mail info@dillanddill.com.

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Our law offices are located just south of downtown Denver, Colorado, at 455 Sherman Street, Suite 300. Our attorneys can assist with liquor licensing throughout the Denver metro area, including but not limited to: Brighton, Glendale, Aurora, Englewood, Centennial, Broomfield, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Thornton, Northglenn, Westminster, Commerce City, Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Golden, and Lakewood. We also provide legal representation for clients throughout Colorado.

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