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  • What Does ‘Plea In Abeyance’ Mean For Utah Defendants?

    February 27, 2017 | Blog Criminal Charges
  • Best Utah Plea in Abeyance LawyerFor those who have been charged with a crime in Utah, some of the legalese may seem a bit confusing. At Greg S. Law, we strive to make sure that our clients understand each part of the criminal defense process, including all the terms that might be used. One such phrase is “plea in abeyance.” This is nothing more than a traditional plea agreement.

    A plea agreement is an agreement between the prosecution and the defense where certain terms and limitations are set forth in exchange for a specific plea from the defendant.

     

    For some people, a plea in abeyance can mean the difference between going to jail or prison or leaving the court on probation. Unfortunately, plea agreements are not right for every defendant. We ensure that our clients understand every point of a plea agreement and whether it is a good choice for them.

    At Greg S. Law, we defend many types of charges, including drug charges, DUI charges, sex crime charges, violent crime charges and more. We also represent juvenile defendants on various charges.

    Our experience is extensive and benefits our clients significantly. We work diligently to create a strong defense at trial and have a lot of experience inside a courtroom.

    Our page on criminal defense provides a great deal of information on the types of cases we handle. To learn more, simply take a few moments and look over our website. It’s important that you have a strong attorney representing you when you go before a judge or jury in order to try to mitigate the charges or penalties.

    We Prepare Diligently. We Concede Nothing. Call Us For A Powerful Defense.

     

    Call Greg S. Law 801-261-6228 / Toll Free: 888-784-3554

    There’s too much at stake to settle for anything less than the best attorney you can afford. For an effective Salt Lake City criminal law attorney, contact Greg S. Law, today.

    We offer a free initial consultation, and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also accept major credit cards.