July 2019

Understanding theft and larceny charges in Utah

Let us begin by understanding the difference between theft and larceny. It is essential to know that these words cannot be directly changed in legal terms. In general, all larceny is theft, but not all theft can be considered larceny. Theft is more of an umbrella term that covers a wider range of stealing. Larceny refers more to the illegal and permanent removal of someone's personal property. The...

Questions that will come up during your drug possession case review

Possession of illegal drugs or paraphernalia is one of the most common criminal charges that our law firm handles. In many cases, people have been charged with this crime while they were driving their car. Police will pull over a vehicle for various reasons, and an arrest may be made depending on what the officer finds. Being charged with a drug possession crime is a serious offense and should be...

What happens if I am caught driving on a suspended license?

There are a variety of reasons that a license can be suspended in Utah. This includes charges like driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, giving false information to the Utah Driver's License Division, being found incompetent to operating a vehicle, or an excessive amount of driving violations on your record. Traveling via a vehicle is almost mandatory in terms of holding a job or living a normal...

What is Money Laundering and the Charges

Most individuals do not fully understand what money laundering is.  This includes what sort of actions really constitute money laundering, the charges, and possible legal repercussions.  Most of the time, people associate cash laundering with intricate criminal organizations moving big quantities of money or think of it as something that only happens with money obtained from selling drugs.  In truth,...

Can you Refuse a Breathalyzer in Utah?

Let's say you were out on a night on the town with your friends or significant other. Being pulled over on during a DUI checkpoint can be incredibly stressful for those involved. For many people, this may be their first experience with authorities looking for people suspected of driving while intoxicated or (DUI). As you see the lights flashing, you may have doubts about what is taking place and what you...

I am not a Resident, but Got Charged with a Crime in Utah

Utah is an extensively explored state and traveled to the vacation destination. Individuals come from all over the globe for our winter sports and cultural destination. Most of the time, people do not travel to Utah with the intention of committing a crime, then go back to their home state. A non-resident's criminal offense, unless it is an outstanding instance, will almost certainly be treated under Utah...

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