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Criminal Defense Case Results

Violence Cases

Violence Cases


– One of our criminal defense attorneys recently represented a criminal defendant in the 3rd District Court of West Jordan who was charged with Aggravated Assault, a 2nd Degree Felony. The attorney negotiated a resolution to the case wherein the charge was reduced to a misdemeanor assault charge. – In this case we represented a criminal defendant in the 4th District Court of Juab County who was charged with Burglary, a 2nd Degree Felony, Assault, a Class B Misdemeanor, Domestic Violence In The Presence Of A Child, a Class B Misdemeanor, Intoxication, a Class C Misdemeanor, and Criminal Trespass Within A Dwelling, a Class A Misdemeanor. As a result of the amount and level of charges, our client was facing a potentially long prison sentence. However, we successfully argued for the immediate dismissal of three of the charges, and convinced the court to not impose any prison time. – Here, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented an individual in the Saratoga Springs Justice Court who was charged with Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. Our attorney negotiated for the eventual dismissal of both charges. – In this case our client was charged with Assault By Prisoner, a 3rd Degree Felony, in the Fifth District Court of Washington County in Saint George, Utah. The Court agreed to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor. – In this case our client was charged with Assault and Unlawful Detention in the Provo City Justice Court. We were able to negotiate for the reduction of the Assault charge to Disorderly Conduct, and to convince the court to dismiss the charge of Unlawful Detention. Furthermore, the court agreed to dismiss the Disorderly Conduct charge upon completion of a short probationary period. – In this case our client was charged with Aggravated Assault, a 3rd Degree felony, Violation Of A Protective Order, and Criminal Mischief: Intentional Damage, Deface, Destroy Property in the 1st District Court of Box Elder. We successfully argued for the dismissal of one of the charges and for a reduction in the remaining two. Consequently, our client was able to avoid a felony on his record. – In this case our client was charged with Commission Of Domestic Violence In The Presence Of A Child, and Criminal Mischief in the Payson City Justice Court. We procured the dismissal of both of the charges. – One of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented an individual in the Clearfield Justice Court who was faced with the charges Criminal Mischief, Damage / Interrupt Communication Device, and Assault. We successfully procured the dismissal of all charges. – In this case our client was charged with two counts of Assault, one count of Criminal Mischief, and one count of Disorderly Conduct in the Grantsville Justice Court. Our impression of the case was that there was no evidentiary basis that would justify the charges our client was facing, and that the charges should be dismissed. We successfully convinced the court to dismiss all charges. – Recently, our firm was retained by a criminal defendant facing the charges of Threat/Use of a Dangerous Weapon in Fight, Carry A Dangerous Weapon Under The Influence Of Alcohol/Drugs, and Disorderly Conduct in the Eighth District Court of Vernal, in Uintah County, Utah. The outcome of this case was extremely favorable for our client, as we were able to procure the eventual dismissal of all of the charges. – In this particular case, our client was faced with criminal charges of Assault, Domestic Violence In The Presence Of A Child, Unlawful Detention, Child Abuse Involving Physical Injury, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Cause/Permit Child Or Vulnerable Adult To Be Exposed to Controlled Substance, in the Provo District Court, in Utah County, Utah. Given the charges, the potential prison time was substantial. However, our attorney was successful in negotiating for the immediate dismissal of five of the seven charges. – In this case, our client was faced with the criminal charges of Assault, Domestic Violence In The Presence Of A Child, and Criminal Mischief: Intentional Damage, Deface, Destroy Property in the Summit County Justice Court. We were successful in negotiating for the outright dismissal of two of the charges, and for probation in leu of jail time for the final charge. – An individual faced with the criminal charge of Prohibited Targets, in the Utah County Justice Court, recently retained our firm to defend him. Interestingly, this type of case is somewhat common in Utah courts, due in large part to the high number of gun enthusiasts in the state. Our office has had extensive experience in dealing with this type of case and as a result we understand the importance of procuring a dismissal of the charge so as to not implicate an person’s right to carry a fire-arm. We were successful in this case, in that the we procured the eventual dismissal of the charge. – In one of our recent cases, our firm defended an individual faced with the charge of Disorderly Conduct, in the Utah County Justice Court. The outcome of the case was very successful for our client, in that we were able to avoid the imposition of any jail time and procure the eventual dismissal of the charge. – Recently, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charge of Prohibited Targets, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Utah County Justice Court. The outcome of the case was a plea in abeyance, which means that the charge will eventually be dismissed. – In this case, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a person facing the charge of Criminal Trespass, in the Utah County Justice Court. The defense attorney was successful in procuring the eventual dismissal of the charge. – In this case, our firm defended a criminal defendant facing the charge of Assault, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the West Valley Justice Court, in the County of Salt Lake. Here, we were successful in procuring an agreement for our client wherein no jail time was given, and the charge will eventually be dismissed in its entirety. – Recently, a criminal defense attorney from our firm defended an individual faced with two charges of Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child, both Class B Misdemeanors, and one charge of Assault, also a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. The attorney successfully negotiated for the outright dismissal of two of the charges, and the eventual dismissal of the third, upon completion of probation. – Recently, one of the criminal defense attorneys from our firm defended a person facing the charges of Assault, Purchase, Possession, Consumption by a minor, Disorderly Conduct, and Intoxication, all Class B and Class C misdemeanors, in the Herriman Justice Court, in Salt Lake County, Utah. Two of the charges were dismissed outright, while the other two resulted in probation. No jail time was served. – A criminal defense attorney from our firm recently defended an individual facing the charges of Disorderly Conduct, a Class C Misdemeanor, and Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. After negotiations with the prosecutor, one of the charges was dropped outright, while the other resulted in a plea in abeyance. Which means, upon completion of a short probationary period, the charge will be dismissed, and the defendant will have a “clean record”. – In one of our recent cases, our client was charged with Violating A Protective Order, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Wellsville Justice Court, in Chache County, Utah. In this case, we believed there was a valid argument for the outright dismissal of the charge. Accordingly, we argued for dismissal and were successful, as the charge was dismissed. – Recently, a person charged with Assault, 3rd Degree felony retained our firm to defend him in the Provo District Court, in Utah County, Utah. Whenever a felony is charged, it is imperative to exhaust every effort in negotiating an agreement wherein the felony is amended to a misdemeanor. A felony carries punishment and record implications that far outweigh those associated with a misdemeanor. We were successful in procuring a reduction of our client’s felony charge to a misdemeanor, which reduced the fine imposed by the court, and resulted in no jail time being imposed. – In a recent matter, our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charge of Child Abuse with Injury, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. Our objective in this case was to avoid any jail time, and ultimately procure a clean record for our client. We were successful in doing that, as no jail time was mandated by the court, and all charges will be dismissed upon successful completion of probation. – Recently, one of the criminal defense attorneys from our firm defended a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Criminal Trespass, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Assault, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City Justice Court. Upon first being retained in this case we believed that both charges were defensible, accordingly, our objective was to pursue their outright dismissal. We were in fact successful in that effort, as both charges were dismissed. – Recently, an attorney from the criminal defense wing of our firm represented a person charged with the crime of Violation Of A Protective Order in the First District Court, in Cache County, Utah. Here, we believed there were grounds for dismissal and argued accordingly. The outcome of the case was very favorable for our client, in that the charge was dismissed. – In a recent case a criminal defendant facing charges of Assault and Disorderly conduct was represented by one of the attorneys in our firm in the Provo City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. The result was two no contest pleas, and the eventual dismissal of all charges upon successful completion of probation. – In this particular case a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a person faced with the charge of Arson, in the District Court of Millard County, in Millard County, Utah. After an exhaustive negotiation process the charge was dismissed. – In a recent matter a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant who was faced with the charges of Assault (Domestic Violence), and Commission of Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child, both Class B misdemeanors, in the Provo Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. Our attorney was ultimately successful in procuring a dismissal of both charges. – In a recent matter a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Domestic Violence in The Presence of a Child, Disorderly Conduct, and Criminal Mischief: Intentional Damage, Deface, Destroy Property, in the Clearfield Justice Court, in Davis County, Utah. Our attorney was able to negotiate a plea agreement wherein two of the charges were dropped in their entirety, and the third resulted in a plea in abeyance. That means that no jail time was served and upon successful completion of a short probationary period all charges will have been dropped. – In a recent matter a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant for the charge of Criminal Trespass, in the Eighth District Court in Duchesne. After intense negotiations our attorney successfully procured a complete dismissal of the charge. – In a recent matter, one of the criminal defense attorneys from our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with charges of Assault, Criminal Mischief, and Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, all Class B misdemeanors, in the Provo City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. Our objective in cases like this is to procure the immediate dismissal of as many of the charges as possible. We were successful in doing that, as we negotiated the outright dismissal of two of the charges. – Recently, our firm represented an individual faced with the charges of assault and criminal mischief, both Class B misdemeanors, in the Justice Court of Provo City, Utah. We were able to negotiate the complete dismissal of one of the charges and a drastic reduction in the sentence imposed by the court for the other charge. – Recently, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a person faced with several criminal charges, including assault, domestic violence in the presence of a minor, and child abuse injury (reckless), in the West Valley justice court, in Salt Lake County, Utah. The attorney believed that the charges were groundless and was successful in obtaining a dismissal of all charges. – One of our lawyers negotiated a dismissal of one domestic violence change and a plea in abeyance to another for a client in the Sandy City, Utah Justice Court. Because of the abeyance no conviction will enter and the case will be dismissed after a short period of good behavior. – In one of our recent cases, we represented a criminal defendant faced with the charge of Disorderly Conduct, in the South Salt Lake Justice Court. Our attorney entered negotiations with the prosecutor with the objective of assuring that no jail time would be served. The attorney was successful in negotiating a diminution in the charge, and consequently, no jail time was ordered by the court, and the fine imposed was dramatically reduced. – In a recent case, a person faced with the criminal charge of Disorderly Conduct, in the Wasatch County Justice Court, retained our firm to represent her. When we accepted this case we believed that there were appropriate grounds for dismissal. Accordingly, we presented a compelling case for our client, the result of which was the dismissal of the charge. – Recently, the criminal defense wing of our firm defended an individual faced with the charge of Loaded Rifle, Or Shotgun In Vehicle, in the Wasatch County Justice Court. In this case we endeavored to procure the eventual dismissal of the charge, and, as is always the case, assure that no jail time would be required by the court. We were successful on both fronts, in that no jail time was served, and after a short probationary period the charge will be dismissed. – A lawyer from our office got domestic violence charges of felony aggravated assault and a misdemeanor criminal mischief dismissed. – Our firm represented a criminal defendant in a case wherein the defendant was charged with Disorderly Conduct, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Taylorsville Justice Court, in Salt Lake County, Utah. We successfully negotiated the amendment of his charge from a Class B Misdemeanor to a Class C Misdemeanor. Which means, no jail time was ordered, and the fine ordered by the court was drastically reduced. – A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Draper City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing a multiple misdemeanor charges. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of the charge of domestic violence in the presence of a child. Our lawyer also negotiated a plea in abeyance to the remaining charge for interrupting a communication device. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter and the charge will be dismissed after a period of good behavior. – An attorney from our office appeared in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court where he represented criminal defendant facing four misdemeanor domestic violence offenses. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of three counts. Our lawyer negotiated a no-jail sentence to the remaining count. – Recently, one of our criminal defense attorneys defended an individual facing the charges of Aggravated Assault Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury, a 2nd Degree Felony, Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child, a 3rd Degree Felony, and Cruelty to an Animal, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the West Jordan District Court. In a matter such as this, an aggressive approach to negotiations is imperative, as the potential prison sentence for multiple felonies could be years. Our attorney was successful in negotiating the immediate dismissal of two of the charges, and most importantly, the court imposed no jail time. – One of our lawyers represented a criminal defendant in the Sandy City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing six misdemeanor domestic violence charges. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal for all but one charge. Our lawyer negotiated a no-jail sentence on the remaining misdemeanor charge. – An attorney from our office negotiated the dismissal of two domestic violence-related charges in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court. – An attorney from Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the West Valley City, Utah Justice Court where the defendant was facing a misdemeanor charge for domestic violence unlawful detention. Our attorney got the charge reduced to disorderly conduct with a no-jail sentence. – A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Saratoga Springs City, Utah Justice Court. Our client was representing a criminal defendant facing a misdemeanor domestic violence assault charge. The lawyer from our office negotiated a plea in abeyance to the misdemeanor charge. This agreement assured that no conviction would enter, and that the case would be dismissed after only twelve months of good behavior. – Our law firm represented a criminal defense client in the Vernal City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing misdemeanor charges for domestic violence assault, domestic violence in the presence of a child, and intoxication. All but the intoxication were dismissed as a result of negotiations. No jail was imposed. – One of our attorneys appeared in the West Valley City, Utah Justice Courts where he represented a criminal defendant facing eight different misdemeanor charges. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of six charges and pleas in abeyance on the two remaining, one of which was a domestic violence related charge. Since these two pleas were held in abeyance, no conviction will enter and they will be dismissed after a few months off good behavior. – A Zabriskie Law Firm attorney represented a criminal defendant in the Provo City, Utah Justice Court where the defendant was facing 2 misdemeanor charges. The lawyer got the Domestic Violence charge dismissed. The lawyer got the prosecutor and judge to agree to hold the defendant guilty plea to an Assault charge in abeyance for twelve months. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter and that the case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. – A lawyer from our office negotiated a reduction from a felony Aggravated Assault to a misdemeanor Assault in the Salt Lake District Court. The reduction prevented our client from serving any jail time. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake County Justice Court where he was facing a misdemeanor Assault charge. Our lawyer negotiated an agreement to dismiss the case after twelve months of good behavior. In the meantime no conviction will enter since the court agreed to accept the guilty plea in abeyance. – In this case, our firm defended an individual faced with the criminal charge of Concealed Weapons Non Firearm, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Salt Lake Justice Court. In this case, we were able to negotiate for a plea in abeyance, which means, no jail time was served and the charge will eventually be dismissed. – An attorney from our office negotiated the dismissal of a misdemeanor Assault charge in the Provo City, Utah Justice Court. – An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Murray City, Utah Justice Court. Our attorney negotiated a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor assault with a reduction to class C misdemeanor. The abeyance assures that the criminal charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. In the meantime, no criminal conviction will enter and no jail will be served. – One of our lawyers represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake District Court on Domestic Violence charges including Assault. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of all charges. – An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Uintah County, Utah Justice Court on charges of Child Abuse. The abeyance agreement provides that no conviction will enter on our client’s criminal record, and that he will not go to jail. The case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. – A lawyer from the Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake County District Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor charge for Threatening with a Dangerous Weapon in a Fight. The plea in abeyance assures that no criminal conviction will enter on our client’s record and that he will not go to jail. The abeyance also assures that the criminal charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. – A lawyer from the Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the Riverton City, Utah Justice Court. Our client was facing misdemeanor Domestic Violence Assault charges. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of two separate misdemeanor charges. – A lawyer from our firm negotiated the dismissal of a misdemeanor Assault charge in the Salt Lake District Court. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated dismissal of misdemeanor two misdemeanor charges for Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child and a single misdemeanor count of Disorderly conduct. Our client pleaded guilty to reduced misdemeanor charges of Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct. – An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the American Fork, Utah District Court. Our attorney negotiated a deal that removed the Domestic Violence designation from the misdemeanor charge of Criminal Mischief. Our lawyer also negotiated no jail. Getting rid of the domestic violence reference allows our client to continue lawfully possessing firearms. – An attorney from our criminal defense team represented a defendant facing a Felony charge for Aggravated Assault and a misdemeanor for Violent Offense in the Presence of a Child. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of the misdemeanor. Our lawyer also negotiated a plea in abeyance to the felony. The plea in abeyance kept any conviction from appearing on our client’s criminal record and prevented him from going to jail. The felony charge will be dismissed after a few months of good behavior. – Our defense team represented a criminal defendant in the American Fork District Court. Our lawyers negotiated dismissal of misdemeanor domestic violence charges for Criminal Mischief and DV in the Presence of a Child. Our lawyers also negotiated a plea in abeyance with a no contest plea to the remaining misdemeanor charge of Electronic Communication Harassment. No conviction will enter and the Communication Harassment charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. – An attorney from our criminal defense team represented a criminal defendant in the Wasatch County, Utah Justice Court on a misdemeanor Domestic Violence Assault charge. Our lawyer negotiated a deal omitting the domestic violence designation and entry of a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor Assault. As a result of this deal, our client was able to preserve his right to possess weapons. – A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Lehi City, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor Domestic Violence charges. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of charges. – One of our defense attorneys represented a criminal defendant in the Springville City, Utah Justice Court facing a misdemeanor domestic violence charge for Assault. Our attorney negotiated a reduction to a non-domestic violence related class C misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct. Because of the reduction our client did not go to jail and he is not restricted from possessing firearms. – A criminal defense lawyer from our office represented a defendant facing misdemeanor charges in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court. The lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance deal on two counts including on for Carrying a Dangerous Weapon While Under the Influence of Alcohol and another for Intoxication. A third misdemeanor charge of Disorderly Conduct was dismissed as part of the agreement. No conviction will appear on the defendant’s criminal record and all charges will be dismissed after 12 months. – A lawyer from our criminal defense team represented a client the Utah County Justice Court on misdemeanor charge of misdemeanor domestic violence of Assault, Criminal Mischief, and Interruption of a Communication Device. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of all charges upon evidentiary grounds. – Our criminal defense lawyer represented a client in the Tooele, Utah Justice Court on charges of a Domestic Violence Assault on his daughter. There were two additional charges of Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child. Our criminal attorney negotiated a reduction to a single Class C Misdemeanor, which was held in abeyance. No conviction will appear on our client’s criminal record as a result of the plea deal. – We represented a client in the Draper City, Utah Justice Court. Our client was accused of committing a Domestic Violence related Assault for hitting his wife in the face. Our criminal defense attorney negotiated a plea in abeyance to a reduced charge of Class C Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct. No conviction will ever appear on our client’s criminal record and the case will be dismissed after six months. – In the Harrisville City, Utah Justice Court one of our defense attorneys negotiated a plea in abeyance for a client accused of Domestic Violence Assault for shoving his ex-girlfriend. No conviction will appear on his record and the charge will be dismissed after only nine months. Thirty days after dismissal our client will be eligible for a full expungement of the case. – One of our defense attorneys represented a client in the Orem City Utah Justice Court. He was accused of pulling a gun on another person in a road-rage incident. We negotiated a plea in abeyance with no conviction appearing on our client’s criminal record. The deal assured that he would not spend a day in jail and that the case would be dismissed after twelve months. – A lawyer with our office represented a criminal defendant in the Pleasant Grove City, Utah Justice Court. He was originally charged with a misdemeanor for Reckless Driving and three Domestic Violence related offenses. Our criminal defense attorney negotiated a deal involving guilty pleas to two misdemeanor charges (none of which were domestic violence related), and no jail. With this agreement our client avoided having any firearm restrictions placed on him. – In a Salt Lake City, Utah District Court case our defense team secured a dismissal for a client accused of a 3rd Degree Felony for Violation of a Protective Order. – One of the attorneys from our defense team worked out a deal in the Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. The client was able to enter an abeyance agreement on an assault charge with a no-jail sentence. Part of the agreement is that the case will be dismissed in 6 months. – Our office negotiated a reduction to two Class C Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct offenses from Class B Misdemeanor offenses for Domestic Violence, Assault and Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child. By virtue of this reduction our client avoided any jail time and also avoided the firearm restrictions that come with a domestic violence conviction. The case was filed in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court. – We represented a man in the West Valley City Justice Court (State of Utah) where he was charged with seven counts ranging from Domestic Violence Assault to Domestic Violence in the presence of a child. All of the charges stemmed from an argument that turned physical between him and his mother. We negotiated a dismissal of five counts and an agreement to hold the remaining two counts in abeyance for a period of twelve months, followed by a full dismissal of charges. By way of this agreement our client should be eligible for a full expungement only thirteen months from the date he entered into the abeyance agreement. – We negotiated a plea to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct for a client who was accused of domestic violence assault and domestic violence criminal mischief in the Wasatch County Justice Court. With this reduction we managed to preserve our client’s right to possess firearms. – We worked out a plea in abeyance deal for a client in the Clearfield Justice Court where he had been charged with 3 domestic violence related offense: assault, criminal mischief, and; domestic violence in the presence of a child. Our agreement included total dismissal of the assault and plea in abeyance on the other 2 counts. This deal preserves our client’s conviction free record and also protected him from having a permanent firearm restriction. – Lehi City Justice Court; negotiated a plea in abeyance for a client accused of Assaulting 2 people and making Terroristic Threats while Intoxicated. As a plea in abeyance, no conviction will appear on our client’s record and she will not serve any time in jail. – Davis County Justice Court; negotiated a deal dismissing charges of Domestic Violence and Domestic Violence in the Presence of a Child in exchange for our client entering a plea to Criminal Mischief with no jail. – In the Orem City Justice Court our criminal defense team negotiated a plea in abeyance deal for a client who was accused of three domestic violence related misdemeanor offenses. Ultimately he plead to a single count of criminal mischief which was held in abeyance, and to be dismissed after 12 months of good behavior. Due to the guilty plea being held in abeyance he will not become permanently restricted from possessing a firearm, and he will not go to jail. – Acquittal of a criminal defendant accused of assaulting his wife by punching her in the back, then taking her cell phone away so that she could not call the police on him. 2011 Acquittal of a criminal defendant accused of assaulting his wife by throwing her against walls and on the floor causing multiple bruises, and also unlawfully detaining his wife. – Acquittal by jury of a man accused of committing a felony aggravated assault by punching another person, thereby resulting in over $25,000 in medical treatment. – Acquittal by jury of a man accused of busting in the door to a house, entering with a loaded .410 shotgun, pointing it at the home owner and his girlfriend and pulling the trigger only to misfire, then striking the home owner in the face with the rifle. – Acquittal by jury of man accused of pulling a.357 Magnum handgun during a road-rage incident and pointing it in the alleged victim’s face. The jury found our client not guilty of committing the alleged Third Degree Felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. – Acquittal by jury of a man accused of pulling a .45 caliber handgun in a Super Target parking lot and attempting to shoot the gun as he was elbowing the store manager, kicking one customer and biting another customer on the arm, all at the same time. – Full acquittal of criminal defendant accused of grabbing and breaking the finger of his girlfriend in a domestic assault incident. – Full acquittal by jury of a criminal defendant accused of domestic violence assault in the presence of a child. – Full acquittal by jury of a criminal defendant accused of repeatedly sodomizing his pre-teen son. – Acquittal by jury of a man accused of first degree felony aggravated burglary and domestic violence in the presence of a child after entering the home of his estranged wife and assaulting her.





Drug Cases

Drug Cases


– In this case our client was charged in the 4th District Court of Provo with Possession With Intent To Distribute, a 2nd Degree Felony, Theft By Receiving Stolen Property, a 2nd Degree Felony, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a Class A Misdemeanor. As a result of the nature of the charges, our client could have spent years in prison if convicted. However, we convinced the court to dismiss two of the charges, and to not impose any jail time. – In one of our recent cases we defended an individual in the Sevier County Justice Court who was charged with Speeding 87 in a 75, a Class C Misdemeanor, Possession Of A Controlled Substance, a Class B Misdemeanor, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol/Drugs, a Class B Misdemeanor. We successfully negotiated for a reduction of the DUI charge to the charge of Driving With Measurable Controlled Substance. Accordingly, our client did not lose his license. Also, we convinced the court to not impose any jail time. – Here, we defended a criminal defendant in the 4th District Court of Juab who was facing the criminal charges of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a 2nd Degree Felony, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor. We did not believe that the state’s evidence was sufficient to justify the charges, and we argued that belief to the court. We successfully convinced the court to dismiss both charges. – Here, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented an individual in the Saratoga Springs Justice Court who was charged with Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. Our attorney negotiated for the eventual dismissal of both charges. – In a recent case one of our clients was charged with Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor, in the 4th District Court of American Fork. Given the level of charge, our client was facing what could have amounted to nearly a year of incarceration. However, we convinced the court to impose probation as opposed to jail time. – Here, one of our criminal defense attorneys was retained to defend an individual charged with Possession Of Controlled Substances, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, and Operating Vehicle Without Insurance. The attorney negotiated for the dismissal of the charge of Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia and convinced the court to not impose any jail time. – In one of our recent cases our client was charged with two counts of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a 2nd Degree Felony, and two counts of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a Class A Misdemeanor, and one count of Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor, in the 4th District Court of Provo, Utah. The outcome of this case was extremely favorable for our client as we successfully negotiated for the eventual dismissal of all charges. – In a recent case, we represented a person in the Salt Lake City Justice Court who was charged with Speeding 75 in a 65, a Class C Misdemeanor, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. We convinced the court to dismiss the speeding ticket immediately and to dismiss the paraphernalia charge after a short probationary period. – Here, our client was charged in the 4th District Court of Provo with Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a 2nd Degree felony, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Giving False Information To Law Enforcement. We convinced the court to dismiss two of the charges, including the felony, and to not impose any jail time. – In one of our recent cases we represented an individual in the Logan City Justice Court who was charged with Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, and Use Or Possession Of A Controlled Substance. The court agreed to the eventual dismissal of both charges. – In this case we defended an individual in the West Valley City Justice Court who was charged with Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, Use Or Possession Of drug Paraphernalia, Traffic Control Signal Violations, and Failure To Secure New License Plates. We procured the dismissal of two of the charges and convinced the court to not impose any jail time. – Here, our client was charged with Distribution Of A Controlled Substance, a 3rd Degree Felony, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the 4th District Court of Provo, Utah. We procured the immediate dismissal of two of the charges and the reduction of the felony to a misdemeanor. Also, we convinced the court to not impose any jail time. – In this case our client was faced with the criminal charges of Possess Other Controlled Substances, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Fail To Appear On Citation, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Utah County Justice Court. We procured the eventual dismissal of both of the charges. – Here, our client was faced with the charges of Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, two counts of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, Drive On Revocation in the 4th District Court of Provo, Utah. Three of the charges were dismissed and our client was not required to serve any jail time. – Here, our client was charged with Theft, a 2nd Degree Felony, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class A Misdemeanor, in the 4th District Court of Provo, Utah. We convinced the court to reduce the Theft to a lower charge and to dismiss the two remaining charges. Also, we successfully convinced the court to not impose any jail time. – In this case our client was facing the criminal charges of Speeding 82 in a 65, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the Utah County Justice Court. We were able to procure the dismissal of both charges. – Here, our client was facing the charges of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, also a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Summit County Justice Court. The outcome of the case was extremely favorable for our client as we were able to negotiate for the eventual dismissal of both charges. – In this particular case, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a person facing criminal charges consisting of Possess Other Controlled Substances, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Operating A Vehicle Without Insurance, and Failure To Register Or Expired Vehicle Registration in the Murray Justice Court. This case was unique in that our attorney believed there were grounds for the dismissal of each of the charges. Which, he was successful in making that argument as all of the charges were in fact dismissed. – Recently, a person facing the criminal charges of Possess Other Controlled Substances, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the Ogden City Justice Court retained our office to defend him. The outcome of the case was extremely favorable for our client, as one of the charges was dismissed outright, and the other charge will be dismissed after a short probationary period. – In one of our recent cases, we defended a criminal defendant facing the criminal charges of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Possession Or Use Of Drug Paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, in the Salt Lake Justice Court. Our client was very pleased with the outcome of the case as both of the charges will eventually be dismissed. – In this case, one of our criminal defense attorneys represented a person facing the charges of Possession Of Other Controlled Substance, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the Provo City Justice Court. The attorney was able to procure the outright dismissal of one of the charges, while the other charge will be dismissed at the end of a short probationary period. NO JAIL TIME was imposed by the court. – In this case, our firm represented a criminal defendant facing the charge of Purchase, Possession, Consumption By Minor – Measurable Amounts in the Logan City Justice Court, in Cache County, Utah. The outcome of the case was NO JAIL TIME for our client, and the eventual dismissal of the charge. – In one of our recent cases, our client was facing criminal charges of Possession With Intent To Distribute, Impaired Driving, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, and Failure To Stay In One Lane in the Heber District Court, in Wasatch County. We were able to procure the dismissal of three of the charges, and the reduction of almost all of the jail time. – In a recent matter, one of our clients was facing the criminal charge of Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Sandy Justice Court. We were successful in negotiating for no jail time. – Here, our firm represented a criminal defendant facing the charges of Distribution Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Unlawful For Minor To Possess An Alcoholic Product in the Fifth District Court of St George, in Washington County, Utah. The attorney working on the case was successful in negotiating for NO JAIL TIME, and for the drastic reduction in fines. – Recently, a person facing the criminal charges of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance Within Correctional Facility, in the 4th District Court of Provo retained our firm to defend him against those charges. Our first objective was to procure the dismissal two of the charges, which we were able to do. Also, we negotiated for a no contest plea for one of the other charges. – Here, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a person facing the charges of Possess Other Controlled Substances, and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, both Class B Misdemeanors, in the Pleasant Grove Justice Court. As is always our objective, we were successfully in negotiating for no jail time – Here, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm represented a person facing the charges of Possess Other Controlled Substances, and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, both Class B Misdemeanors, in the Pleasant Grove Justice Court. As is always our objective, we were successfully in negotiating for no jail time – In this case, one of the attorneys in our firm defended a person facing the charges of Possession Or Use Of A Controlled Substance, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the Springville Justice Court. One of the charges was dismissed outright, while the other charge will be dismissed at the end of a short probationary period. – In one of our recent cases, our firm defended an individual facing the criminal charge of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the South Jordan Justice Court, In Salt Lake County. In this case our intention was to negotiate a plea agreement wherein no jail time would be required and the charge would eventually be dismissed. We were successful in that endeavor. – In a recent matter, one of the attorneys from the criminal defense wing of our firm represented a criminal defendant facing four criminal counts of Distribute/Offer/Arrange/Distribution Of Controlled Substance, all felonies, in the District Court of Heber, in Wasatch County, Utah. The attorney negotiated for the outright dismissal of three of the charges. Furthermore, while the potential prison time for the charges could have been up to 20 years, the attorney negotiated for no jail time. – In one of our recent cases, we defended an individual facing the criminal charge of Possession Of Controlled Substances in the Lindon City Justice Court. The outcome of the case was very favorable for our client, as the charge will be dismissed after a short probationary period. – Recently, one of the attorneys from the criminal defense branch of our firm defended an individual faced with the criminal charge of Possession of Controlled Substances in Utah County, Utah. Our attorney successfully negotiated with the prosecutor in procuring the eventual dismissal of the charge, after a short probationary period. – Recently, one of the defense attorneys from our firm represented an individual faced with the criminal charge of Purchase, Possession, Consumption By A Minor, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Logan City Justice Court. The outcome of the case was very favorable for the defendant, in that the attorney negotiated for the eventual dismissal of the charge. – Recently, one of our criminal defense lawyers represented a person faced with the criminal charges of Possession Of Controlled Substances, Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, and Unlawful Consumption By A Minor in the Washington County Justice Court, in Washington County, Utah. In cases like this one, our primary objective is to procure the eventual dismissal of the charges, so that our client continuously stigmatized by a criminal record. We were successful, in that our client was given a probationary period by the court, after which the charges will be dropped – In a recent matter, our firm defended a person faced with the criminal charges of Impaired Driving, Purchase, Possession, Consumption By A Minor, Contributing To The Delinquency Of A Minor, and Use Or Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia in the Saratoga Springs Justice Court, in Utah County. In a case such as this one, where a person is facing various criminal charges, our first objective is to procure the immediate dismissal of some of the charges. We were successful in negotiating for the outright dismissal of three of the charges, and convincing the court that no jail time was necessary. Accordingly, our client was only given probation for all of the charges he was originally facing. – In a recent matter, one of the criminal defense attorneys in our firm was retained to defend an individual faced with the criminal charges of Possession of Controlled Substances, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, in the Utah County Justice Court. The attorney was able to successfully procure the very favorable outcome of dismissal of both charges in their entirety. – One of the defense attorneys from our firm recently represented a person faced with the charges of Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance, a Class B Misdemeanor, Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, and Purchase, Transportation, Possession, or Use of a Firearm By a Restricted Person, a 3rd Degree Felony, in the Provo District Court, in Utah County, Utah. Although the defendant was faced with a felony, as well as two misdemeanors, our attorney successfully negotiated an agreement wherein no jail time was imposed by the court, and all of the charges will be dismissed in their entirety upon completion of probation. – In a recent case, a criminal defense attorney from our firm defended a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Attempted Use or Possession of a Controlled Substance, a 3rdDegree Felony, and Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the District Court of Salt Lake City. In a matter such as this, an attorney’s first priority is to negation a reduction to the felony charge. The attorney successfully negotiated the reduction of the felony charge to a misdemeanor, as well as negotiated the dismissal of the other charge in its entirety. – Recently, a criminal defense attorney from our firm defended an individual faced with the charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both Class B Misdemeanors, in the Lindon City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. One of the charges was dismissed, and all jail time was suspended with regard to the other. – In this case, our firm represented an individual faced with the criminal charges of Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance, a 2nd Degree Felony, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City District Court, in Utah County, Utah. Here, our objective was to negotiate for the imposition of gps monitored probation in lieu of jail time. We were successful in our efforts. – In this case, on the criminal defense attorneys from our firm represented an individual facing the criminal charges of Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Tail Light Violation, both misdemeanors, in the Utah County Justice Court. In a matter such as this, it is always our prerogative to avoid any required jail time for our client, and to obtain the outright dismissal of one of the charges. We were successful in our efforts, as no jail time was required, and one of the charges was dismissed in its entirety. – Recently, a criminal defendant retained our firm to represent him in the Provo District Court where he was facing criminal charges of Possession With Intent To Distribute, and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. In this case, the defendant was given probation by the court, which, upon successful completion of which the charges will be dismissed. – A client of our firm was recently charged with Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in the Orem City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. An attorney from our firm successfully negotiated an agreement wherein our client was given probation rather than jail time, and was able to plead ‘no contest’ rather than ‘guilty’. – Recently, our firm represented a person faced with the charges of Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance, a 3rd Degree Felony, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, a Class B Misdemeanor, Open Container In Vehicle on the Highway, a Class C Misdemeanor, Failure to Stay in One Lane, and No Driver’s License in Possession, in the Provo Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. In a case like this one, an attorney’s primary objective is to procure a dismissal of the felony charge, as carries the most stringent penalties. We were successful in doing that, which, as a result, any imposition of punishment by the court was dramatically diminished.
– In a recent case a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Impaired Driving, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, in the Summit County Justice Court, in Utah. The outcome was very favorable in that the paraphernalia charge was dismissed, and regarding the other, no jail time was served. – Our firm recently represented a criminal defendant being charged with Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance, and Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both Class B misdemeanors, in the Uinta County Justice Court. Our defense attorney was successful in negotiating the extremely favorable outcome of having both charges dismissed in their entirety. The basis for the court’s disposition was that there was no reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop which ultimately resulted in the discovery of evidence, which established a basis for the charges. – In the Provo City Justice Court an individual represented by our firm was recently charged with Driving With a Measurable Controlled Substance, a Class B misdemeanor. Our defense attorney successfully procured a deal wherein no jail time was required by the court. – Recently a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in a case where the defendant was faced with Distribution of or Arranging to Distribute a Controlled Substance, a Second Degree Felony, in the Fourth Judicial District Court for Utah County. The defense attorney successfully negotiated an agreement wherein no jail time was ordered. Furthermore, the charge will be dismissed upon completion of probation. – A client of our firm was recently charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B misdemeanor, in the Orem City Justice Court, in Utah County, Utah. One of the criminal defense attorneys from our office successfully negotiated the dismissal. – In a recent case, one of the defense attorneys in our firm defended a person facing the criminal charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance (marijuana), a Class B Misdemeanor, and Speeding, a Class C Misdemeanor, in the Iron County justice Court, in Iron County, Utah. The attorney’s efforts, in this case, were to persuade the court to dismiss the Speeding charge, and to allow probation in lieu of any jail time. The attorney was successful in his efforts, and our client was able to immediately move forward with his life. – In a recent case a criminal defense attorney from our firm represented a person faced with the criminal charges of use or possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of controlled substances in the Provo district court, in Utah County, Utah. The attorney was successful in negotiating a plea in abeyance for both charges. As a result, no jail time was required by the court, and after probation the charges may be dismissed. – A client of our firm was recently faced with the criminal charges of damage/interrupt a communication device, carrying a dangerous weapon under the influence of alcohol/drugs, and disorderly conduct after being required to stop, all of which are misdemeanors, in the West Jordan City justice court, in Salt Lake County, Utah. The criminal defense attorney negotiated the dismissal of all charges except that of carrying a dangerous weapon under the influence of alcohol, which resulted in a plea in abeyance. That means that no jail time was required and upon successful completion of a probationary period the charge will be dropped. – One of the criminal defense attorneys in our office represented a criminal defendant faced with the charge of possession or use of a controlled substance in the Orem City justice court, in Utah County, Utah. The outcome obtained by the attorney was a plea in abeyance. That means that no jail time was required by the state and upon successful completion of probation the charge will be dismissed. – An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charge of use or possession of drug paraphernalia, a class B misdemeanor, in the Provo City justice court, in Utah County, Utah. The attorney was able to obtain the complete dismissal of the charge. – In this case, we represented a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Attempted Possession or use of a Controlled Substance, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Salt Lake District Court, in Salt Lake County, Utah. We negotiated the dismissal of one of the charges, and were able to procure the eventual dismissal of the other, upon completion of a short probationary period. – A client of our firm was recently facing the criminal charges of Possession of Other Controlled Substances and Use or Possession of Drugs, both Class B misdemeanors, in the Utah County Justice court. A criminal defense attorney from our firm negotiated a plea agreement that resulted in no jail time and the eventual dismissal of all charges upon successful completion of probation. – Recently our firm represented a criminal defendant faced with the charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance (1 oz of marijuana), a 3rd degree felony, and Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B misdemeanor, in the 4th District Court of Provo Utah. We were able to negotiate an agreement wherein the ‘Possession’ charge was dismissed outright, and the felony was amended to a misdemeanor. As a result, the defendant was not ordered to serve any jail time. – An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Kanab, Utah District Court. Our attorney negotiated a drug possession charge from a class A misdemeanor to a class B misdemeanor. This agreement included a no-jail sentence. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the North Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to the misdemeanor charge for driving with a measurable controlled substance. The abeyance assured that no conviction would enter and that the case would be dismissed after a period of good behavior. – In a recent case a criminal defense attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant faced with the criminal charges of possession of controlled substances and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, in the Springville justice court, in Utah County, Utah. The agreement that was reached for both charges was a plea in abeyance. That means that our client will not serve any jail time of either of the charges, and upon successful completion of probation, the charges will be dismissed. – A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Carbon County, Utah Justice Court where he was facing charges for possessing drugs and paraphernalia. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of the marijuana charge and a no-jail sentence for the remaining paraphernalia charge. – In this case, our firm represented a person facing the charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance (1 OZ of Marijuana), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both Class B Misdemeanors, in the Syracuse Justice Court, in Davis County, Utah. One of the charges was dismissed in its entirety, while the other resulted in a short probationary period. No jail time was served. – One of the attorneys from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Syracuse City, Utah Justice Court. Our attorney negotiated the dismissal of a misdemeanor marijuana charge in exchange for the defendant entering a guilty plea to a misdemeanor drug paraphernalia offense with a no-jail sentence. – One of our attorneys successfully argued the dismissal of two misdemeanor and one felony drug related charges. – A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Sevier County, Utah Justice Court where the defendant was facing misdemeanor drug and paraphernalia charges. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of both charges. – An attorney our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court where the attorney negotiated the dismissal of five misdemeanor counts in exchange for our client entering a guilty plea to a single misdemeanor count for possession of drug paraphernalia. – One of our lawyers negotiated a plea in abeyance in the Grand County, Utah Justice Court where our client was facing misdemeanor drug and alcohol charges. The drug charges will be dismissed after a period of good behavior. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Grand County, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor charges for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance which assures no convictions will enter and that the case will be dismissed after a period of good behavior. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Payson City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing misdemeanors for marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of the paraphernalia charge with a guilty plea to the marijuana charge with a no-jail sentence. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Sandy City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a drug possession charge in exchange for the defendant entering a guilty plea to a possession of paraphernalia charge with a no-jail sentence. – A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Heber City, Utah Justice Court where the defendant was facing misdemeanor drug charges. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a marijuana charge and a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor drug paraphernalia charge. The plea in abeyance provides that no conviction will enter and that the paraphernalia charge will be dismissed after a few months of good behavior. September 21, 2012
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court where he has misdemeanor drug and alcohol charges. Our lawyer negotiated pleas held in abeyance to all charges. Hence, no convictions will enter, our client will not serve any jail time, and the charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. September 19, 2012
A lawyer from our office negotiated the dismissal of three drug related misdemeanor charges in the Davis County Justice Court. September 18, 2012
A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court where the client was facing a misdemeanor drug paraphernalia charge. Our lawyer negotiated a twelve-month plea in abeyance. The deal provides that the case will be dismissed after a period of good behavior and that no conviction will enter in the meantime. September 18, 2012
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Summit County, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor drug and paraphernalia charges. Our lawyer got the court to dismiss the paraphernalia charge and to hold the marijuana charge in abeyance for a period of twelve months. No conviction will enter on the marijuana charge and the charge will be dismissed after a period of good behavior. September 12, 2012
A lawyer from Zabriskie Law Firm appeared in the Provo, Utah Fourth District Court. Our lawyer represented a criminal defendant facing felony and misdemeanor drug charges. Our lawyer negotiated an agreement for a plea in abeyance. When the abeyance agreement was entered the defendant was assured that no conviction would enter, and that the charges will be dismissed so long as the defendant complies with the conditions of the agreement. September 6, 2012
A Zabriskie Law Firm attorney represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake District Court where the defendant was facing felony and misdemeanor charges for possession of drugs, criminal mischief, and intoxication. Our attorney got the defendant a reduced misdemeanor drug-related conviction, and dismissal of the remaining charges. September 05, 2012
Recently, one of our criminal defense attorneys from our firm defended an individual faced with the charges of Attempted Possession or Use of a Controlled Substance, a 3rd Degree Felony, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a Class B Misdemeanor, in the Provo City District Court, in Utah County, Utah. The attorney successfully obtained the reduction of the felony charge to a misdemeanor, which resulted in the court not requiring that any jail time be served, and a dramatic diminution in the court’s imposition of a fine. September 4, 2012
A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court where he was facing misdemeanor charges. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of two misdemeanors, and an agreement to hold guilty pleas in abeyance on two misdemeanor drug-related charges. The plea in abeyance prevents a conviction from entering and assures that the charges will be dismissed after a short period of good behavior. September 1, 2012
An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Tooele County, Utah Justice Court where he was facing two drug-related misdemeanors for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to both counts. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter and the charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. Additional, the defendant will not suffer a mandatory driver’s license suspension. August 30, 2012
One of our attorneys represented a criminal defendant in the Sandy City, Utah Justice Court. Our defense attorney got the court to agree to enter defendant’s guilty pleas to two drug misdemeanors in abeyance for a period of twelve months. The charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. August 29, 2012
Our law firm represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a drug paraphernalia charge, and a no-jail sentence for a guilty plea to a misdemeanor marijuana charge. August 27, 2012
Our law firm negotiated a plea in abeyance for a criminal defense client facing misdemeanor charges in the Kanab City, Utah Justice Court. The abeyance was to misdemeanor charges of speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia. We also convinced the court to dismiss a misdemeanor drug possession charge. The abeyance agreement assures that no criminal conviction will enter on the record and that the charges will be dismissed after a short period of good behavior. August 21, 2012
We represented a criminal defendant in the South Jordan City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated dismissal of misdemeanor charges for negligent collision, and driving on suspension. Our lawyer also negotiated a plea in abeyance to the remaining misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana. This offense held in abeyance will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. In the mean time, no conviction will enter. August 21, 2012
One of our lawyers represented a criminal defendant accused of committing an act of first degree felony drug distribution in the Provo, Utah District Court. The defendant was facing up to life in the Utah State Prison. Our lawyer negotiated a reduction to a second degree felony with county jail time and a reduction to a misdemeanor after probation. August 21, 2012
One of our lawyer appeared in the Provo, Utah District Court to represent a man facing felony drug charges, including one first degree distribution offense. Our lawyer negotiated a reduction to a second degree felony with a no-prison sentence. He also negotiated the dismissal of a misdemeanor drug-related charge. August 21, 2012
One of our lawyers got an agreement to reduce a client’s first degree felony drug charge to a second degree felony with 120 days jail. Furthermore, the agreement provides that the Utah County Attorney’s Office will support a motion for the Provo, Utah Fourth District Court to reduce the conviction to a misdemeanor after successful probation. August 15, 2012
An attorney from Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant facing drug-related misdemeanor charges in the Tooele County, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a drug paraphernalia charge. Our lawyer also negotiated a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession. The agreement provides that no conviction will enter and that the marijuana charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. August 8, 2012
One of our attorneys represented a criminal defendant in the Salina City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor drug charge. This agreement assures that the case will be dismissed after a period of good behavior and in the meantime no conviction will enter. August 8, 2012
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Salina City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing a misdemeanor marijuana charge. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance that assures dismissal after a period of good behavior. The case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. No convictions will enter while the abeyance is pending. August 7, 2012
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Emery Castle Dale, Utah District Court. The defendant was facing 5 misdemeanor charges there. Our lawyer got 3 of those charges dismissed. The defendant entered guilty pleas to misdemeanors for drug possession and obstruction of justice. Our lawyer convinced the judge to enter a no-jail sentence with 18 months of probation. August 1, 2012
An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Salina City, Utah Justice Court where he was facing misdemeanor drug and paraphernalia charges. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to both counts. The abeyance provides that the charges will be dismissed after a period of good behavior and that no conviction will enter in the meantime. July 31, 2012
A Zabriskie Law Firm attorney negotiated a twelve-month plea in abeyance to a misdemeanor charge of Possession of Marijauna in the Salt Lake County Justice Court. As part of the same case our lawyer negotiated dismissal of a misdemeanor paraphernalia charge. The end result will be dismissal of the marijuana charge, so long as our client complies with all terms. This deal assures that our client will not lose his Utah driver’s license as a result of these drug-related charges. June 19, 2012
A Zabriskie Law Firm attorney appeared for a criminal defendant facing misdemeanor charges for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in the Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer convinced both the prosecutor and the judge to dismiss the paraphernalia charge. The lawyer also convinced both the prosecutor and judge to allow a plea in abeyance to the marijuana-related misdemeanor. Since the plea was entered in abeyance no conviction will enter and the marijuana charge will be dismissed after twelve months of probation. June 19, 2012
An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. Our client was facing a misdemeanor charge for possession for Possession of Marijuana. Negotiations resulted in our client being granted a plea in abeyance. It was agreed that no conviction will enter and that the case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. March 13, 2012
One of our criminal defense lawyers negotiated a plea in abeyance for a criminal defendant in the West Valley City, Utah Justice Court where the defendant was facing a misdemeanor charge for possession of marijuana. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter on his record, no jail will be imposed, and he will not be subject to the mandatory 180-day driver’s license suspension period. March 8, 2012
An attorney from the Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice court on misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. By getting a plea in abeyance our client avoid a conviction and other harsh consequences. January 4, 2012
A lawyer from Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the Clearfield City, Utah Justice for a misdemeanor marijuana charge. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance. The abeyance protects our client’s driving privileges, and prevents a conviction from entering on his record. January 3, 2012
A lawyer from our office negotiated a plea in abeyance in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court to a misdemeanor charge for Possession of Marijuana. This agreement keeps a conviction from entering against the defendant and it keeps him from losing his driver’s license. January 1, 2012
In the Wasatch County Justice Court one of our lawyers negotiated a reduction in a drug-related case from a class B misdemeanor to a class C misdemeanor with no jail. December 28, 2011
A lawyer from our office negotiated a plea in abeyance to multiple misdemeanor drug-related charges in the Juab County, Utah Justice Court. The plea in abeyance prevented our client from having a conviction or losing his driver’s license. December 20, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a client in the Provo, Utah District Court on felony charges for Drug Possession and Possession of a Firearm by a Restricted Person. Our lawyer negotiated a reduction to two class B misdemeanors and on third degree felony to be reduced to misdemeanor after successful probation. December 20, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the South Jordan City, Utah Justice Court for a misdemeanor Paraphernalia charge. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance which prevented a conviction from entering, and kept our client from losing his driver’s license. December 15, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a two third degree felony Drug Possession charges, and the dismissal of misdemeanors for Failure to Give Assistance at the Scene of an Accident, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving on the Wrong Side of the Roadway, and Failure to Stop for Emergency Vehicles. December 14, 2011
An attorney from our office negotiated a plea in abeyance in the Tooele County, Utah Justice Court for misdemeanor charges of Marijuana Possession and Paraphernalia Possession. December 12, 2011
A lawyer from our firm negotiated a plea in abeyance for a client in the Iron County, Utah Justice Court. The abeyance was for misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana. This keeps our client from losing his driver’s license or having a conviction on his criminal record. December 5, 2011
A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Provo City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to the misdemeanor charge of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The criminal charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. December 1, 2011
A lawyer from our firm negotiated a no-jail sentence on a felony drug conviction in the St. George, Utah District Court. Our lawyer also negotiated an agreement to reduce the conviction to a misdemeanor after successful completion of probation. December 1, 2011
On December 1, 2011 in the Provo, Utah District Court one of our attorneys represented a criminal defendant facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges. Our lawyer negotiated a reduction from a third degree felony for Possession of Methamphetamine to a misdemeanor. In the same case, our lawyer negotiated dismissal of misdemeanor charges for Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Jail, Possession of Paraphernalia, and Criminal Trespass. December 1, 2011
An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Kanab City, Utah District Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to misdemeanor charges of Possession of Drugs in a Jail, Paraphernalia, and Unlawful Transport of Alcohol. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter, and that the criminal charges will all be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. November 30, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor charges for marijuana and paraphernalia possession. Our lawyer worked out a plea in abeyance with no conviction entering and no jail served. The case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. November 22, 2011
An attorney from Zabriskie Law Firm negotiated a plea in abeyance for a client facing misdemeanor drug and alcohol charges in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court. Thanks to the plea in abeyance our client will not have any conviction entered on his criminal record, he will not go to jail, and he will not lose his driver’s license. As part of the agreement all criminal charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. November 22, 2011
A lawyer from our criminal defense team represented a defendant in the Iron County, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor charges for marijuana and paraphernalia possession. Our attorney negotiated a dismissal of the misdemeanor Paraphernalia charge and a reduction and no-jail sentence for the misdemeanor marijuana charge. November 21, 2011
A criminal lawyer from our firm represented a defendant in the Uintah County, Utah Justice Court on a misdemeanor charge for Possession of Marijuana. Our lawyer negotiated an amendment to misdemeanor Paraphernalia charge. Our lawyer also negotiated an agreement to back-date the entry of conviction date so as to prevent our client from having his driving privilege suspended. November 18, 2011
One of our criminal defense attorneys represented a defendant in the Beaver County Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to misdemeanor charges for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter and that the charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. November 4, 2011
Attorney Stephen Allred of our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. Stephen negotiated a dismissal of the misdemeanor charges of Public Intoxication and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Stephen also negotiated a deal holding guilty pleas to the misdemeanor charges of Abuse of Emergency Services and Possession of a Controlled Substance in abeyance. Because of the abeyance no conviction will enter, no jail will be served and all charges will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. November 2, 2011
An attorney from Zabriskie Law Firm represented a criminal defendant in the Provo, Utah District Court. The defendant was facing a 2nd degree felony drug charge. Dean Zabriskie from our firm negotiated a reduction to a class A misdemeanor. October 27, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Carbon County, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer arranged a plea in abeyance to misdemeanor drug charges. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter, and no jail time will be imposed. Also, our client will maintain his driver’s license and the charges will all be dismissed after a few months of good behavior. October 26, 2011
Our defense team negotiated a plea in abeyance to misdemeanor drug charges in the Iron County, Utah Justice Court. The abeyance keeps our client from losing his driver’s license, and going to jail. Furthermore, it keeps him from having a conviction on his criminal record. The case will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. October 26, 2011
A lawyer from our criminal defense team represented a defendant facing misdemeanor drug charges in the Summit County, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer arranged for the pleas to be held in abeyance with the assurance that the case would be dismissed after twelve months. In the mean time, no conviction will be entered and no jail time imposed. October 25, 2011
An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake City, Utah Justice Court. Our lawyer worked out a worked out an abeyance agreement for a misdemeanor marijuana offense. The abeyance assures no jail, no conviction and a dismissal of the criminal charge after a few months of good behavior. October 21, 2011
An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake District Court on Four Counts including a felony drug charge. Our attorney worked out a dismissal of three misdemeanor charges and a plea in abeyance on the felony drug charge. This deal assures that our client will not have a conviction on his criminal record and that he will not lose his driver’s license. October 20, 2011
A lawyer from our criminal defense team represented a client in the Iron County, Utah Justice Court who was facing misdemeanor charges of marijuana and paraphernalia charges. Our lawyer worked out a plea in abeyance deal that assures a dismissal of all charges, and no jail time. No conviction will ever appear on our client’s criminal history. October 18, 2011
A defense lawyer from our firm represented a defendant in the Summit County, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor charges. Our lawyer negotiated a dismissal of an Open Container charge. Our lawyer also negotiated a plea in abeyance deal on the remaining Drug Paraphernalia charge. This kept our client from losing his driver’s license and kept him from getting a conviction on his criminal record. October 18, 2011
A lawyer from our criminal defense team negotiated a reduction from a felony Evasion of a Police Officer, to a misdemeanor. Our lawyer also convinced the prosecution to dismiss misdemeanor charges for DUI Metabolite, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. October 17, 2011
One of our criminal defense lawyers represented a client in the Utah County Justice Court. Our lawyer negotiated the dismissal of a misdemeanor Drug Paraphernalia charge and an abeyance to a marijuana possession charge. The plea in abeyance protected our client from being convicted, or losing his driver’s license. The marijuana charge will be dismissed after twelve months of good behavior. October 7, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Sevier County, Utah Justice Court. Out lawyer negotiated the dismissal of four misdemeanor charges including a Speeding, DUI, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana. The only guilty plea entered was to the misdemeanor offense of Driving with a Measurable Controlled Substance. Our client was place on twelve months of court probation with no jail. October 4, 2011
An attorney from our office represented a client in the Provo, Utah District Court on misdemeanor charges of drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Our attorney negotiated dismissal of the paraphernalia charge and a reduction of the drug charge to a class B misdemeanor with no jail. September 30, 2011
A lawyer from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Spanish Fork, Utah District Court on misdemeanor charges. The lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. This deal assures that the defendant will not lose his driver’s license and he will not go to jail, or be convicted. September 28, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Utah County Justice Court. The lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Drug Possession. The plea in abeyance assures that our client will not lose his driver’s license, and that he will not have a conviction on his criminal record. The charges will be dismissed in twelve months. September 28, 2011
An attorney from our firm represented a criminal defendant in the Orem City, Utah Justice Court on misdemeanor drug charges. The lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance to Possession of Marijuana, and a dismissal of a misdemeanor Drug Paraphernalia charge. The abeyance assures that no conviction will enter on the client’s criminal background. The abeyance also protects our client from losing his driver’s license. September 23, 2011
An attorney from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Carbon County, Utah District Court. Our lawyer negotiated a plea in abeyance deal to misdemeanor charges for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. The abeyance deal kept our client from losing his driver’s license, and from having a conviction on his criminal history. The case will be dismissed after twelve months. August 31, 2011
A lawyer from our office represented a criminal defendant in the Salt Lake County, Utah Justice Court on a misdemeanor charge for Possession of Marijuana. Our attorney negotiated a plea in abeyance deal that kept our client from having a conviction on his criminal record or from going to jail. His charge will be dismissed after twelve months if he abides by the terms of his plea deal.