Matthew S. Martin – Pueblo Trial Lawyer

Meet Matt

Learn about Matt’s background, experience and interests.

Matthew S. Martin Pueblo Attorney

"Solving Problems with Integrity, Creativity and Tenacity."

Meet Matt Martin, Pueblo Criminal and Personal Injury Attorney

Attorney Matthew Scott Martin provides a formidable voice for human rights—speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves.

Matt’s clients are people, not governments or giant corporations.  

The very DNA of his law practice consists of commitment, integrity and creativity, fostering a culture of success and producing outstanding, reliable results for his clients while providing excellent customer service.


  • Martin developed his extensive litigation and negotiation skills through 40 years of legal practice in Colorado.
  • Martin commenced his legal career as a Deputy District Attorney for six years in Pueblo, Colorado, where he learned how prosecutors think and act, a tremendous advantage when fighting to protect the rights of his accused clients.
  • As a prosecutor, Matthew Scott Martin realized his passion was speaking up for people and protecting their constitutional rights and civil liberties.
  • Martin entered private practice in January, 1987, focusing his practice in criminal and constitutional defense (felonies, drugs, homicide, sexual assault and DUI), civil rights (Section 1983; Title VII; police brutality; racial, national origin, gender and age discrimination; the First Amendment; and prisoners’ rights), and personal injury (wrongful death, auto accidents,slip and fall, medical malpractice).
  • Matt Martin is committed to being the voice of human rights, speaking up against the government and corporations for those who cannot speak for themselves.
  • Being a bulldog prosecutor trained Martin well to fight for his clients’ rights; he is not afraid to take on the government and governmental employees.
  • Matt is a 1980 graduate of University of Illinois Chicago School of Law and is also a 2019 graduate of The Trial Lawyers College. What is the Trial Lawyers College? As stated on the website, “The Trial Lawyers College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals; the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.” What I found out during the three-week course and since when I took what I learned into the courtroom, is that the Trial Lawyers College represents to me an access to a different paradigm for “trial lawyer.” I am reminded of the time I stood on top of a 14er for the very first time. I can see forever, I said to myself, This is extraordinary. As a Trial Lawyers College graduate, what I see now that I did not see before is that I am not in this alone, I am human (not an unfeeling, emotionless robot), so are jurors and they are my family, not an enemy to be conquered, but people with whom I can entrust my clients’ futures. 
  • My  favorite hobbies are fantasy baseball and working out. Baseball is very hard to play at the pro level (or any level) and it inspires me to keep working hard every day to become as excellent an advocate and trial lawyer for my clients as I can be. I work out on a Peloton bicycle and with weights. Both help me stay healthy so that I can be focused, alert, and energetic when working on behalf of my clients.

Practice Areas

After more than 40 years in practice, Matthew Scott Martin focuses on:

Personal injury

  • Wrongful death 
  • Car crashes resulting in serious injury
  • Medical malpractice

Criminal defense

  • Felonies
  • Drugs
  • Homicide
  • Sexual assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • DUI


Matt is a 1980 graduate of University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, and a 2019 graduate of the Trial Lawyers College. 


In his free time, Matt enjoys family, fantasy baseball, meditation, reading, strength training, and is an avid Peloton rider. 

About Matt Martin, Pueblo Attorney

Our Pueblo law firm, Martin Conti Law, narrowly focuses on criminal defense, car crashes resulting in serious injury or death and medical malpractice cases. Please be aware we do not accept cases that fall outside of these areas. For more information on the types of cases we take, please review our Practice Areas.

Martin Conti Law EXCLUDED practice areas include:

  1. Family law
  2. Wills, trusts, and probate
  3. Elder law
  4. Civil litigation (except in those types of cases specifically listed in our practice areas page)

  5. Civil rights

  6. Workers compensation law

  7. Social security law

  8. Bankruptcy

  9. Corporate or business law (including business formation such as setting up corporations, LLCs, and marijuana businesses)

  10. Privacy (including HIPAA violations) and data security law

  11. Education law

  12. Environmental law

  13. Real estate law

  14. Landlord-tenant

  15. Tax law

  16. Legal malpractice law

  17. Minor injuries

  18. Property damage

  19. Construction law, including construction defects

  20. Immigration

  21. Employment law, including discrimination

  22. Entertainment law

  23. Water law

  24. Intellectual property law (patents, trademarks, copyright, for example)

  25. Banking and finance

  26. Oil and gas law

Law Firm Information

Contact Shawn Conti
Call: 719-545-0027

Text: 813-774-2999


Contact Matthew S. Martin
Call: 719-545-0027


Hours: 24/7
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  • Pueblo
  • El Paso
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  • Las Animas
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  • Alamosa
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  • Arapahoe
  • Douglas
  • Elbert
  • Lincoln
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