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Step 4: Requesting the Discovery and Evidence for your Utah DUI arrest

            The next step after you have hired a lawyer is to obtain all the evidence concerning your case.  As soon as you leave our office, we make a request for several items.  There is

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Step 3: Going to Court on your Utah DUI for the First Time

The Arraignment:  The first court hearing is called the arraignment.  The citation will tell you to contact the court not less than 5 days and not more than 14 days.  This is preprinted on the citation forms all over Utah. 

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Step 2: Contact a Lawyer

The next step is to have an evaluation done on your DUI case.  Contact an attorney that specializes in DUI Defense.  We offer a free 30 minute evaluation of your case.  Many people think their case is hopeless.  A lawyer

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Utah Attorney, Glen Neeley, becomes 40th Board Certified DUI Defense Lawyer in the Nation

I attended Harvard Law School this past week. The National College of DUI Defense puts on an intense Summer Session seminar dealing with technical issues in DUI defense. I received the honor of becoming the 40th Board Certified DUI Defense Lawyer in

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Should I spend the Money on a Highly Trained DUI Lawyer, or Shop for the Cheapest?

This is a good question that a person often asks.  A person arrested for DUI is involved in a sinking money pit.  First they spend money on bail.  Then, they spend money paying impound fees, state taxes, and other associated

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Utah DUI Attorney

The question that was presented to me the other day was, "Why should I hire a Utah DUI Attorney, rather than an attorney that does all sorts of cases?"  I responded, with a question, "If you needed brain surgery, would

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Utah DUI Lawyer–What to Look For in an Attorney?

People often ask me what to look for when hiring a lawyer to defend their DUI. Generally speaking, there are six things that a person should see in a lawyer. Look for a specialist, someone who focuses on your type of case,

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