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Utah Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you or a loved one has already been charged with a crime, you already understand the seriousness of the situation.  You need experienced and competent legal counsel on your side. Our Utah Criminal Defense attorneys understand the intricacies of state and federal law and the Constitution of the United States. You should be aware that those accused of crimes for which they are presumed innocent until proven otherwise.  With help from a competent criminal defense attorney from Capstone Law you can relieve some of the stress by knowing that we will employ the best legal strategies in your case.

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Utah criminal attorneys at Capstone Law understand that early intervention is critical so you can call or schedule a free confidential consultation with one of our Utah criminal defense attorneys. It is important that you contact as soon as possible, so that we can identify and preserve the evidence and protect your rights.

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Why Are We The Leading Criminal Defense Firm in Utah?

Experienced & Aggressive Utah Attorneys

Our criminal defense attorneys have dedicated their practices to understanding the intricacies of criminal defense to become among the most knowledgeable in our field.

Individual Attention

Out individual attention to each client and each case has helped us grow our bankruptcy practice to one of the largest in Utah. Simply put: our process and case handling provides greater care than our competition; that’s why we’re successful: we put the client first.

Thorough & Attentive

To mount an effective defense requires a thorough investigation paying close attention to every detail. In many cases easily overlooked details can mean the difference between an acquittal or guilt.

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