Timothy R. Bussey

Timothy R. Bussey

12 E. Boulder St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Phone: 719-475-2555

Website: thebusseylawfirm.com

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About Timothy R. Bussey

Tim Bussey has been practicing criminal defense and personal injury law for over 20 years. His dedication in pursuit of justice and maximum compensation for personal injury victims is matched by his commitment to protect his clients’ legal rights in criminal proceedings. He has handled criminal defense cases from both sides of the aisle: at the Office of the Area Defense Council at Peterson AFB; as a Fourth Judicial District Deputy District Attorney; and at his private practice, The Bussey Law Firm. Tim Bussey understands the science behind Colorado DUI cases, being trained in Forensic Chromatography, is an NHTSA Field Sobriety Test Instructor, and certified to use and maintain the Intoxilyzer 5000EN. Colorado State Delegate for the National College for DUI Defense 2006 Winter Session Graduate 2006 Summer Session Graduate 2007 Winter Session Graduate 2007 Summer Session Graduate 2008 Summer Session Graduate 2009 Summer Session Graduate 2010 Summer Session Graduate 2011 Summer Session Graduate 2012 Winter Session Graduate 2012 Summer Session Graduate 2013 Summer Session Graduate


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