Utah Violent Crimes Defense
Know Your Weapons Rights
A violent crime conviction carries serious consequences. If you are convicted of a violent crime, you are facing long prison sentences, such as life and the potential to never have your criminal record removed. Before you are even charged with a violent crime, the prosecution has already started building its case against you.
If you are charged, do not wait, contact Wasatch Defense Attorneys at 801.980.9965 for a free case review.
Utah Weapons Crimes Defense
Anything that can physically harm or kill a person is considered a weapon under state law. Due to this broad definition, weapons charges are usually added onto other offenses, such as a traffic violation or burglary. If weapons are involved in a crime, the consequences of that crime are worse than normal. Examples include longer jail time, higher fines, the loss of parental rights, and other punishments. Learn how we can help you with your weapons crime defense today.
Utah Domestic Violence Defense
Did you know that if you are convicted of domestic violence charges that you can be banned from hunting? Under Utah law, a person convicted of domestic violence loses the right to possess a gun and ammunition of any kind. Even having an alleged victim drop the charges against you does not mean that you won’t face prosecution. In some cases, the prosecuting attorney can choose to proceed with the case without the victim. Don’t let domestic violence charges ruin your life. Learn more about how Wasatch Defense Attorneys can help you with your domestic violence defense today!
Utah Assault Defense
In Utah, there are several different assault laws that cover various forms of violence. These charges range from a Class B misdemeanor to a second-degree felony and all of them will remain on your permanent criminal record. No assault conviction can ever be expunged, so if you have been charged with assault or aggravated assault, don’t wait for a moment. Time will be working against you. Learn how we can help you build your assault defense today.
Violent Crimes Resulting in Death
Any violent crime that results in a person’s death falls under one of three separate charges: manslaughter, homicide, or murder. If you’re convicted of any of these charges, you could be facing punishments such as life in prison, life in prison without parole, or possibly even a death sentence. Do not put your life at risk with an inexperienced attorney. You want the best violent crimes defense you can possibly get. Learn how about how the experienced attorneys at Wasatch Defense Attorneys can you help you avoid felony conviction today.
Violent Crimes Defense Attorney
If you are facing any of the above charges, don’t waste a single moment. You need to stay calm and call us immediately 801.980.9965. Cases involving violent crime are time-sensitive and need a thorough review of the details and evidence to build a strong defense. Don’t put your life at risk by relying on an inexperienced lawyer.
Guard Your Rights
Do NOT Waive Your Right to Legal Counsel! Authorities will try get you to incriminate yourself and suggest there is no need for an attorney. Stay calm and call us immediately: 801.980.9965
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