Sommer Spector Angstman
Attorney at Law
Since 2005, Sommer Spector Angstman has represented thousands of clients in criminal cases (from DUI’s to homicides), sealing records, restraining orders, de-registration petitions, divorces and child custody cases, small business owners and plaintiff suits, to include claims based on civil RICO and fraud. During her law career she has tried over 50 cases to jury trial and spent thousands of hours in the courtroom. Sommer has mastered the art of courtroom presentation, and research and motion writing to the benefit of her clients.
In 2009 in Colorado Springs, Sommer successfully appealed an unwarranted contempt of court charge levied against her after she would not acquiesce to a judge not allowing her to bring in allowable testimony that was crucial to her case. She was granted a new trial and ultimately was able to provide justice for her client. Sommer’s level of commitment to her clients and excellence in her practice is atypical in the legal industry. You can read about the case here.
Sommer serves her clients with a client-centered approach. This means that she will take the time to listen to you and to find out the central issues that are important to you and your case. She will gather background information about you, explain each step of the courtroom process in plain language, not legalese, and respond to your inquires as quickly as possible. She will continue to keep you appraised of what is going on in your case and will direct the case the way you want it to go.
Sommer has appeared before the Colorado Legislature Juvenile Defense Attorney Interim Sub Committee (see page 6), and she has appeared in newspapers in notable cases as both a public and private attorney, including:
- Jury acquits ex-Burger King worker
- Frisco motel homicide charges against Charles Lee Sattler headed for trial
- Judge denies motion to dismiss Frisco murder case under “Make My Day” law
- Homeland Security: 500 ‘notable’ files found on Frisco man’s computer in child porn case
- Frisco man accused in child pornography case claims email was hacked
In her spare time, Sommer enjoys spending time outdoors camping, boating, and adventuring with her family.
Kimberly M. Hanlon
Attorney at Law
Kimberly graduated with honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law in May 2008, where she also received a certificate in Native American Law and a certificate in International and Comparative Law. She served as an editor on the Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law and has had a scholarly legal article published in that journal. She is licensed in Oklahoma, Minnesota, and the US District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Kimberly has served on the Board of Directors for Empowering Adults Protecting Children, a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate people how to recognize behaviors in adults that are a risk to children and intervene in non-threatening ways. She also served on the Advisory Board for Family Innocence, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide an alternative to family court for families in conflict.
She currently serves as a volunteer Ambassador for Guild, Inc., a non-profit organization that serves mentally ill adults in the community. She also serves on the Development Committee for East Side Neighborhood Services, a non-profit human services organization that provides a wide array of services to low income individuals and families. Kimberly has been an integral part of developing the organization’s legacy program and has helped implement the Elder Legal Clinic that provides pro-bono legal advice and estate planning to seniors in the community.
Before going to law school, Kimberly earned her Bachelors degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology (State University of New York) in New York City in Apparel Production Management in 1998 and an Associates degree from that same school in Fashion Design in 1995. She worked as a fashion designer in the apparel industry in New York until she moved back to Oklahoma for family reasons.