Fife Luneau, P.C.
1873 South Bellaire
Suite 200 Denver, CO 80222
Danny Luneau, Denver DUI Defense Lawyer Danny Luneau was born and raised in Slidell, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans. He attended college at Southeastern Louisiana University and graduated in the top 5% percent of his class with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Danny was also inducted in the university's Thirteen Club for outstanding academic achievement. After college, Danny attended Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where he was a member of the Moot Court Program and Trial Advocacy Program. During Danny's third year of law school, he was selected to participate in the Loyola Clinical Program, where he was sworn into the practice of law and was allowed to represent criminal defendants charged with felony crimes. While in the clinical program, Danny achieved successful results in every case he was assigned, including not guilty verdicts in armed robbery, illegal possession of weapons, and drug possession. Danny also successfully argued a pretrial motion that resulted in the indefinite postponement of a pending second degree murder trial. The case was argued all the way to the Louisiana Supreme Court. Danny graduated from Loyola in the top 8% of his law school class, earning the designation of _William L. Crowe Scholar.? Since establishing himself at Fife Luneau, P.C., Danny has worked on hundreds of DUI and drug cases, winning not guilty verdicts in DUI, DUID, DWAI, Driving with Excessive Alcohol Content, Prohibited Use of Weapons (while intoxicated), and Threats to Injury Persons or Damage Property. Danny has also successfully dismissed or deferred prosecutions on various felony and misdemeanor charges. Recently, Danny, along with several other attorneys, was asked to submit an Amicus Curie Brief on behalf of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar regarding a DUI case currently before the Colorado Supreme Court. The case involves the admission of blood alcohol reports. Danny has gained notoriety for his expertise in blood alcohol reports as one of his DUI cases helped expose over 1,700 erroneous blood tests conducted by the Colorado State Laboratory. Danny has also published an article in The Colorado Lawyer regarding the admission of blood alcohol reports in DUI cases. Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense Bar Admissions: Colorado, 2011 U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2012 Education Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana, Juris Doctor Honors: Cum Laude Honors: William L. Crowe Scholar Honors: Member, Moot Court Program and Trial Advocacy Program Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, Bachelor of Arts in History Honors: Magna Cum Laude Honors: Thirteen Club Honors: Top 5% Percent of Class Professional Associations and Memberships: Colorado Bar Association, 2011 - Present Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, 2011 - Present Arapahoe County Bar Association, 2012-Present Publications The Admission of Blood Alcohol Reports after Bullcoming, The Colorado Lawyer, March 2012, Vol. 41, No. 3, Page 55. DUI Trial Notebook, Colorado Criminal Defense Bar (contributing author, in progress). Speaking Engagements: DUI Defense, Peer Teach-In Litigation Seminar, Loyola University Law Clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2011.
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