Said started his career in Denver as a general practitioner handling cases in DUI/DWAI law, family law, and much more. Said has been awarded the Hunter S. Thompson Scholarship.
Said has been helping Coloradoans with many different legal situations that arise with fair-priced service. When you hire Said to represent your case you will have one of the hardest working attorneys in town, and someone that truly cares about the results of your case.
Said is a former Colorado State Public Defender and a member of the Colorado Criminal Bar Association. He has protected many people from the criminal justice system, and helps people regain their freedom. He works tirelessly to help Coloradoans have the opportunity to defend themselves against a criminal justice system that looks to exploit them. Said has handled cases mostly in the Denver Metro area and Greeley, Colorado. However, he has handled many cases throughout the state. Said is willing to travel to the far corners of Colorado when you need representation. Said has primarily dealt with cases involving DUI, Domestic Violence, Theft, Traffic Infractions, and so much more. Said has successfully defended people up to and including dozens of trials.
Said has plenty of Family Law experience and can help you through the difficult process. Said has helped people get a divorce, gain custody of their children, and resolve property disputes between married couples. Said has had extensive experience in the Courtroom, and through Mediation, that can help you through your trying time. Said is versed in everything from simple divorce without kids or property, to million dollar estates and multiple children. No divorce is too difficult or complex that it cannot be resolved.
Said believes in giving back to the community and has been very involved in local politics. Said has taken on many volunteer roles in local politics. Said assists with election processes and helps people understand the election regulations. Said has worked to make more people in Denver a part of the political process.
Amanda Borsman is an attorney who cares about her clients and the real-life implications of the legal system on her client’s lives, families, and careers. Ms. Borsman joined the Law Offices of Said Sharbini, LLC in June of 2022 practicing Family Law and Criminal Defense. Ms. Borsman received her Juris Doctorate from Northeastern University School of Law (“NUSL”) in Boston, Massachusetts. During her law school tenure, Ms. Borsman participated in four legal internships in order to gain practical legal experience by working with two private firms, a non-profit organization, and the ACLU of Massachusetts. She was honored to be a part of the first-ever immigration asylum clinic at NUSL and even had the opportunity to develop primary research in support of litigation working towards banning ICE enforcement in state courthouses.
After graduating law school in 2019, Ms. Borsman was offered a position with the Colorado State Public Defender in the Weld County Regional Office, where she practiced Criminal Defense until November, 2021. Ms. Borsman started her Criminal Defense career representing individuals charged with misdemeanor crimes and criminal traffic
infractions such as DUI, DWAI, Careless Driving, Harassment, Misdemeanor Assault, Theft, Unlawful Sexual Contact, Indecent Exposure, Criminal Mischief, and Obstruction of Telephone Services while working tirelessly to provide client-centered, zealous representation.
Ms. Borsman gained significant litigation experience during her tenure as a public defender – handling everything from bond hearings to appeals, plea negotiations, motions hearings, and jury trials – and advanced quickly as a public defender while representing over 1700 individuals accused of crimes in a year’s time. Ms. Borsman began representing clients charged with more serious felony offenses in the Spring of 2022, including individuals charged with Motor Vehicle Theft, Drug Felonies, Fraud, Criminal Possession of a Financial Device, Domestic Violence, Assault, Sexual Assault, Felony Probation Revocations, Menacing, and Attempted Murder. Ms. Borsman also served as the Defense Liaison for DUI Court in Weld County during this time.
Ms. Borsman hails from the Appalachian region and received her undergraduate degree from Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. She is the eldest of six and loves to garden with her corgi-mix seven-year-old pup. As a former teacher, Ms. Borsman is able to carefully explain complex legal issues in ways that her clients can actually understand.
Ms. Borsman is a zealous advocate for her clients, working hard to protect their rights. She takes her time to listen to her client’s needs and works with her clients to strategize a plan to preserve their interests, regardless of the legal situation they may find themselves in. Ms. Borsman is hard-working and empathetic, focusing her efforts on representing her clients to the best of her abilities and making sure that every person accused of a crime has the opportunity to be heard.