Last Updated: September 7, 2023

Your Criminal Defense Team – Utah Attorneys

Our attorneys collaborate both in court and in the office. Strategy and legal brainstorming sessions are held regularly, and often spontaneously as our attorneys interact throughout the day. Our defense team includes a top support staff along with investigators and other professionals who can be brought in for specific cases…

Our attorneys collaborate both in court and in the office. Strategy and legal brainstorming sessions are held regularly, and often spontaneously as our attorneys interact throughout the day.

Our defense team includes a top support staff along with investigators and other professionals who can be brought in for specific cases as needed. Our attorneys have the experience, knowledge, and determination to handle the most serious charges you may face.

Every team member brings a unique set of skills and talents to the table. Using a team strategy, we work hard to give our clients the benefit of each attorney’s best strengths.

Clients as Team Members

Each client fills a vital role as part of their own defense team. Our clients will often be the best source of facts and information for case background, witnesses, and motives, and in providing starting points for further investigation and analysis.

Each client will have unique needs, circumstances, and goals. By including our clients as part of the defense team, we are better able to create a defense strategy designed to achieve the goals that matter most to each client.

Beyond the Courtroom

Staying out of jail and avoiding a conviction are goals that are nearly universal for our clients. But the consequences of a criminal conviction can extend far beyond the walls of any jail and can last much longer than the court case itself.

Even a misdemeanor criminal conviction can affect your employment, professional licensing, schooling, housing, gun rights, driver licensing, and more. Disruptions to your life can be much more serious with a felony conviction. Understanding these potential consequences and developing a strategy to best address your goals is a critical, but often overlooked, part of the criminal defense process.

Looking to the Future

Beyond just avoiding negative consequences, there may be opportunities for you to build toward something more positive and a better future.

Many of our clients find themselves facing criminal charges as a result (either direct or indirect) of their struggles with alcohol and drugs, relationship problems, or mental health needs that have not been appropriately addressed.

This may be the right time to better address these struggles or problems. Our attorneys can help you find the right direction.

Protecting Your Rights

Criminal defense attorneys play a critical role in upholding the Constitution and protecting the individual rights of their clients. Your rights under the Fourth Amendment, Fifth Amendment, and Due Process provisions of Constitution are just a few of the legal rights and procedural protections that apply in criminal cases.

If you are facing criminal charges, our criminal defense team is ready and eager to work hard to protect your rights.

Originally Published: September 7, 2023

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