Practice Areas

White Collar Crimes

White-Collar Crimes Charges Must Be Taken Seriously

White-collar crimes are often thought of as not that serious, but in many cases, nothing could be further from the truth. Any conviction that can send you to jail, taking you away from your family and potentially destroying your Continue reading “White Collar Crimes” »

Violent crimes

Violent Crimes Carry a Heavy Stigma

Violent crimes are among the most serious cases, sometimes resulting in life sentences, or even the death penalty. These types of crimes include murder, rape, armed robbery and assault. If you have been charged with any type of violent crime or suspect Continue reading “Violent crimes” »

Sex Crimes

Sexual Assault Is a Serious Offense in Utah

Being accused of a sex crime, while steadily becoming more prevalent, still brings with it a stigma that is difficult, if not impossible, to ever get rid of.

When people think of a sex crime, they automatically think Continue reading “Sex Crimes” »

Income Tax Evasion

Tax Laws Are a Tangled Web

Tax laws are complicated, and if you aren’t familiar with the ins and outs of income tax rules and regulations, you could find yourself in serious trouble. Many people charged with income tax evasion, in fact, don’t even realize that they did Continue reading “Income Tax Evasion” »

Drug Crimes

Drug Offenses Can Carry Harsh Penalties

A conviction for a drug offense can cost you thousands in fines, land you in jail, and you can lose your drivers license for six months even if no vehicle was involved. This is why drug charges are never to be taken lightly. Utah drug laws are complicated and convoluted, and different circumstances result in different charges, Continue reading “Drug Crimes” »

Domestic Violence

Move Quickly to Protect Yourself in a Domestic Violence Case

A domestic violence charge is serious, and a conviction can mean a lifetime of consequences. If you have been served with a restraining order or charged with domestic violence, Continue reading “Domestic Violence” »