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  • Understanding The Severity Of Drug Charges In Utah

    January 2, 2017 | Blog Drug Charges
  • Best Criminal Defense Lawyer Utah Did you know that there are mandatory minimum sentences for some drug charges in Utah? Felony charges for manufacturing or sale of illegal narcotics can carry such sentences. That’s why it is essential to have a strong defense to deal with the charges. In addition, there are some drug charges that can result in the loss of your driver’s license for up to six-months.

    That’s even if you weren’t driving when you were arrested and charged.

    When we represent a client, we use an aggressive approach and extensive, diligent preparation so that our clients are ready to face their drug charges. While results cannot be guaranteed, you can rest assured that we will provide a strong defense for you against the charges.

    Federal drug charges will require a unique approach, especially those involving trafficking, distribution or manufacturing.

    The firm’s founding attorney is a former police officer and drug recognition expert. His experience and knowledge is invaluable to our clients facing drug charges. He can find the mistakes that law enforcement sometimes makes when putting together a case. Some of those mistakes are enough to get a case dismissed.

    Because of the possibility of long prison sentences and hefty fines associated with many Utah drug charges, it’s important to be represented by an experienced criminal defense attorney who is ready to fight for your freedom. To learn more about fighting such charges, take a few moments to review our drug offenses webpage. You’ll find a lot of useful information about the various drug charges in Utah and how we represent our clients.

    Don’t Leave Your Future To Chance. Call Us Today.

    We understand the criminal court structure and can ensure that your rights are protected throughout the entire litigation process. To schedule a free consultation with a Salt Lake City drug offenses attorney, call 801-261-6228 or contact us with a brief e-mail message. We offer free initial consultations, and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also accept major credit cards.