What to Do If You’ve Been Charged with Assault in Utah

February 28, 2020

If you have been charged with assault in Utah, then you should contact a Salt Lake City criminal defense attorney to discuss your options. An assault conviction can have significant consequences, so you should explore any possible defenses and options that may be available. The criminal law Salt Lake City advocates from InfiniTeam Legal Solutions… Read more »

Utah’s Laws in Marijuana

February 20, 2020

Public sentiment appears to be changing rapidly on the subject of marijuana in most parts of the United States and beyond. However, the possession, sale, and use of the drug still remains a crime in many areas. That is why it is vital to know the criminal law Salt Lake City in relation to this… Read more »

Utah’s Statute Of Limitations For Serious Crimes

February 14, 2020

When people are convicted of felonies in Utah, the crimes are punishable by either a jail or prison sentence. Since felonies within the state are classified as capital, first, second, or third-degree felonies, punishments vary. Along with this, questions regarding the statute of limitations for these serious crimes may also be called into question. If… Read more »

What are the Laws and Penalties for Minor Possession?

February 07, 2020

In Utah, if a minor buys or merely attempts to buy, possess or consume alcohol, there are certain penalties they can face. Adults who sell it to minors, even if they have liquor licenses, can also face certain consequences.   There are two specific exceptions to the Utah law that makes it illegal for minors… Read more »

Theft Charges in UT: What to Expect in a Case

January 24, 2020

When most people think of theft, they assume it means taking items from a store or home. However, Utah law classifies theft in many different ways. For example, if you willingly procure utility or cable TV service without paying for such services, this is considered theft. Also, if you keep items mistakenly delivered to you,… Read more »

Will My National Park Trespassing Charges Go to Federal Court?

January 17, 2020

Criminal charges for trespassing on government property can range from very serious violations that include other nefarious activity to merely being in the wrong place at the wrong time and not knowing beforehand. More often than not, the latter is the common scenario. However, even a seemingly benign trespassing charge can be a serious matter… Read more »

DUIs in Utah: What Are the Consequences?

January 10, 2020

When it comes to DUI laws, Utah has perhaps the strictest in the nation. Under state law, a person is legally drunk if their BAC is .05 or higher. In addition, the state has a “not a drop” law, meaning anyone under age 21 is prohibited from driving if they have any alcohol in their… Read more »

Felony Charges and How to Pursue a Case

January 03, 2020

If you find yourself facing felony charges, you know the seriousness of what is in front of you. Along with being pressured by police and prosecutors to confess to a crime you may not have committed, you will be staring at a possible prison sentence and large fines. However, though it may seem as if… Read more »

What Repeat Offenses Do to My License

December 27, 2019

If you have been caught and charged for repeated offenses, you could end up paying the price with your driver’s license. When you’re charged with an offense, such as a DUI for example, you might have your license suspended or revoked. Being charged with multiple offenses, however, can lead to your license being suspended for… Read more »

Misdemeanor v Felonies & Why You Need a Lawyer for Both

December 20, 2019

The fact that a criminal charge may not rise to the level of a felony does not necessarily mean it is a good decision to plead guilty immediately. Even a conviction on a misdemeanor charge can establish a criminal history for those with no prior violations of the law, and those with a prior history… Read more »

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