Utah Criminal Defense Law Firm Blog

Salt Lake City criminal lawyer

What Happens if You are Charged with Multiple Assault Charges in Utah?

If you are charged with multiple assault charges in Utah, you can face several years in prison for a single incident. Some people may think that because they only got into one altercation that they will only be charged with one crime. Unfortunately, that is not how...

What is the Difference Between Reckless Driving and DUI in Utah?

Reckless driving and driving under the influence (DUI) are two traffic offenses that can cause you serious problems in Utah. Each offense will likely have a serious impact on your driving record and possibly even your professional life. It is important to note that...

Polygraph Admissibility as Evidence in Utah Criminal Cases

Polygraph tests are used to determine whether a person is telling the truth or lying. The sight of a polygraph test is familiar because of various crime dramas and tv shows that portray the use of this device to catch criminals. However, Utah has not currently...

Penalties for a 3rd Time DUI Offense in Utah

If you are on your third driving under the influence offense in Utah, you should be aware that the penalties for this offense will continue to increase. Depending on the last time you were convicted of DUI, you may be faced with a felony offense instead of a...

Impaired Driving vs DUI Charges in Utah

In Utah, impaired driving is a reduced offense for driving under the influence. This means that you must first be arrested for DUI before you can attempt to reduce that charge to a lesser charge of impaired driving. An impaired driving charge is preferable to a DUI...

Can You Sue the Salt Lake City Police Department?

Police misconduct is becoming a hot topic in Utah and across the nation. Police misconduct can take many forms and can result in an innocent individual becoming a victim of unwarranted violence and rights violations. Victims of misconduct have the right to sue the...
  • GET YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.