has significant experience representing clients in criminal and civil appeals.
His experience ranges from writing and editing appeals briefs as a law clerk in a Denver medical malpractice law firm while attending law school, to practicing as a Deputy Public Defender at the Colorado Public Defender's Felony Appeals Office, and finally to representing clients in private practice.
Nelson is active as Co-Chair of the Amicus Committee of the Colorado Trial Lawyers' Association. He recently submitted an amicus brief in a consumer protection case on behalf of a disabled man who was horribly neglected in a Denver-area nursing home--having had his rights repeatedly violated.
Nelson recently submitted an amicus, or friend of the court, brief on behalf of Holly Averyt in her fight to force Wal-Mart to take responsibility for its negligence or carelessness. Holly won her appeal and the Colorado Supreme Court reinstated her $15 million dollar verdict.
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