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DUI Attorney vs. a Criminal Defense Attorney

 The question has come up twice this month from two different sources.  I was asked, "What is the difference between a DUI Attorney and a Criminal Defense Attorney."  The simple, but circular answer is all DUI attorneys are criminal defense

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Salt Lake City DUI Attorney

Every justice court and district court in Utah is a little bit different in how they interpret the rules.  Every judge require things that other judges do not.  For example, the Salt Lake City Justice Court judges require a person

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Seven Steps through a DUI case in Utah

Below, I discuss the seven steps through a DUI Case.  A Driving Under the Influence Charge is a serious offense and is very complex.  As a Board Certified DUI Defense Lawyer, I evaluate your case and look for the best

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Step 7: The DUI Trial in Utah

 When we take your case to trial, we always request a jury.  In Utah, you have the option to have a bench trial (with only a judge) or a jury trial.  Utah law allows four jurors for a class B

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Step 6: Utah DUI Motions

In analyzing and evaluating your case, we look at possible motions to file with the court to suppress evidence that the prosecution wants to use against you.  We look at everything from whether the officer had a legal reason to

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Step 5: The Pretrial Conference

After the Arraignment, the Court will schedule a Pretrial Conference Hearing.  This hearing is designed to allow possible negotiations with the prosecutor, scheduling of further hearings, scheduling of motion to suppress hearings, and/or scheduling of  a trial.  The DUI Defense

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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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