September 2, 2022

Justin Pratt – The Utah DUI Lawyer

Our DUI specialist, Justin Pratt, is a skilled and seasoned DUI criminal defense lawyer.  The majority of cases that Justin Pratt takes on are DUI cases […]
December 31, 2019

What IS a Plea In Abeyance in Utah?

  A Plea in Abeyance (or PIA) is an agreement between the defendant and the prosecutor in a criminal case. It involves the defendant and prosecutor […]
April 1, 2013

Misdemeanor or Felony?

If you are facing criminal charges, you probably know the reason why. Do you stand accused of breaking into a store to liberate some computer equipment, […]
September 21, 2011

The Right Way and Wrong Way to Get a Clean Record | Utah Criminal Defense Attorney Tip of the Week

What Doesn’t Work: Saying to the officer, “This crisp, new Abraham Lincoln didn’t see me do anything wrong…perhaps you would like to take him in for questioning. What […]
September 14, 2011

Misguided Artistic Language vs. Unartful Linguistics | Utah Defense Attorney Tip of the Week

Psst! Intermountain Legal offers a free-consult on criminal cases!   What Doesn’t Work: Using your graffiti tag to sign citations and/or court documents. What Works: If […]
September 1, 2011

Bungling Bribes & Completing Probation | Utah Criminal Attorney Tip of the Week

What Doesn’t Work: Bribing the officer with your Café Rio left-overs: “C’mon man, it’s still fresh…and you can have the rest of my Big Gulp too.” […]
July 1, 2011

Pants and Pointers | Utah Defense Attorney Tip of the Week

What Doesn’t Work: Telling the female trooper she looks good in those pants. She doesn’t. Nobody does. They’ve had the same belly-button-high waistband design since 1988. […]