Frank Law Office

If you have been hurt by the police, we will fight for you.
If you are facing charges, we will help you.
We are civil rights and criminal defense warriors.

See our practice areas for more information about our Civil Rights, Criminal Defense, Post-Conviction, and Open Records practices.

Practice Areas

At the Frank Law Office, we represent people who are facing off against the government. If you are looking to bring a civil rights lawsuit, need help with a criminal case, want to help an incarcerated loved one, or need to get information from the government, we can help.

Civil Rights

At the Frank Law Office, though we wish it weren't true, we know that there are police officers who will beat a person and then claim he was "resisting arrest."

Criminal Defense

At the Frank Law Office, our guiding principle is to do everything we can to get you the result you want in your case. We fight hard.


Advocacy and litigation don't stop with a conviction. At the Frank Law Office, our post-conviction practice is a hybrid of our criminal defense and civil rights practices.

Open Records

At the Frank Law Office, we know that if government officials make a mistake, they often try to hide it. We can help you find the mistake and learn how it got made.

Adam Frank

Adam Frank

Adam Frank is a civil rights and criminal defense specialist who, over the last sixteen years, has consistently achieved exceptional results for his clients. Adam gets justice for people who have been victimized by law enforcement. As of this update in April 2023, this year Adam has already secured a six-figure settlement for a client attacked by a police dog and a $50,000 settlement for a client punched in the face by a police officer. In 2022, Adam secured a high-six-figure settlement on behalf of a client nearly killed by a police dog, a six-figure settlement for a client who was subjected to an unconstitutional strip search at school, a $140,000 settlement for a client who was pepper-sprayed in the face at a protest, and a $190,000 settlement for another client attacked by a police dog, among others. In 2021, Adam secured a $400,000 settlement on behalf of a 14-year-old who was wrongfully attacked by a police dog. In 2020, Adam secured a high-seven-figure settlement in a police misconduct case that resulted in a tragic death. In 2019, Adam secured a $125,000 settlement on behalf of a 72-year-old man who police officers assaulted and wrongfully arrested in his own home. In 2018, Adam secured a $445,000 settlement on behalf of a client who was denied proper medical care in prison, a $335,000 settlement for a client who was assaulted by a police officer, a $75,000 settlement for a client who was wrongfully arrested based on prosecutorial misconduct, and a six-figure settlement for another client who was brutalized by police officers. In the lead-up to the 2016 election, Adam won a preliminary injunction against the Colorado Attorney General, Secretary of State, and the Denver District Attorney preventing them from enforcing Colorado's "ballot selfie" ban. As a career battler for the underdog, Adam lives for the opportunity to fight for the rights of people who have been wrongfully arrested, assaulted by police officers, or otherwise mistreated by public officials.

Cameron Bedard

Cameron Bedard

Known for creative litigation, Cameron is a successful trial attorney with a winning record. Whether in the criminal defense arena or the civil rights realm, Cameron fights to protect the rights of the accused and gets justice for people who have had their civil rights violated. As a former Colorado State Public Defender in both Arapahoe and Denver Counties, Cameron stood up for indigent clients, moving juries to understand his clients' stories and render verdicts in his clients' favor. During his time with the Public Defender's Office he tried 38 cases, achieving 17 acquittals and many favorable split verdicts that preserved his client's freedom. Cameron's command of the law and persuasive writing style has resulted in favorable rulings on constitutional issues, suppression motions, and in post-conviction litigation. In 2018 and 2019 in Arapahoe County, Cameron tried 21 cases to a jury, securing acquittals in the majority of them. Between 2019 and 2020 in Denver County, Cameron tried 6 more cases, winning 5 and ultimately winning the 6th after his client's conviction was overturned on appeal. In 2020, Cameron also successfully challenged the legality of a client's 25-year sentence, getting the sentence vacated. No matter the issue, Cameron has a well-established track record of success.

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