Cyberstalking, cyberbullying, or electronic communication harassment charges in Utah are serious. This year, with everyone spending even more time indoors and online, allegations of electronic harassment charges are only increasing. Under Utah law, you could be charged with cyberstalking if you have been accused of causing someone to fear their own (or someone else’s) safety and the result is “emotional distress." Since these crimes are based on intent and the feelings of others, you need an experienced legal team who will fight the charges against you.Continue reading →
Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs (DUI) in Utah can lead to harsh criminal penalties for those found guilty. Several factors can determine how serious your charges for DUI might be. That’s why you need an experienced legal team who will fight for your rights—no matter the charges.Continue reading →
Asset forfeiture laws in Utah allow law enforcement to seize property if they have cause to believe it’s connected to a crime. Some officers may take advantage of this loose definition and seize property for unjust reasons. The most common scenario is an officer taking a small amount of cash or a vehicle during a traffic stop. According to Utah law, you don’t have to be charged of a crime for an officer to take your property.Continue reading →
Now that you understand how expungements work, this is what you need to know to begin the process and find the right lawyer to get the job done.Continue reading →
While there may be some hoops to jump through, getting your adult criminal record expunged is a sought after process by many in Utah. Here are a few things you should know about how to expunge your adult criminal record.Continue reading →
Whether or not you committed the crime, you want an attorney who is completely on your team and wants the best outcome for you. You want someone who will move the process along so you can move on with your life.Continue reading →
The basic definition of “domestic violence,” according to Utah law, is a pattern of abusive or aggressive behavior in a relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner. Abusive behavior can be more than physical. It can also be emotional, sexual, or even psychological. Many prosecutors will also bring charges for allegations of domestic violence toward family members, friends, and co-workers.Continue reading →
Violent crimes charges, such as assault, can carry heavy consequences, especially in Utah. Prosecutors and law enforcement tend to put a lot of effort into assault cases. This means you need someone in your corner who is skilled at fighting back. That’s where the attorneys at Brown, Bradshaw, and Moffat come in.Continue reading →
You’ve heard it on every movie and TV series with a crime in the plotline: “Anything you say can, and will, be held against you in a court of law.” Let this be the first thing that comes to mind when you are encountered by a police officer who suspects you broke the law. You may not think that you will ever have a run-in with the police, but it’s always better to be prepared. In case an unfortunate situation does arise, have this knowledge stored away so you can act in your best interest.Continue reading →
While many of the states surrounding Utah have legalized or even decriminalized marijuana, Utah still prosecutes those who are caught with even small amounts of marijuana. If you have been arrested for any marijuana offense in Utah, minor or severe, you can reach out to the experienced criminal defense lawyers at Brown, Bradshaw, and Moffat in Salt Lake City, Utah, and we will fight to defend your rights.Continue reading →
Whether your child has been charged with a drug crime, possession of alcohol, or a violent or sexually motivated offense, your knowledge can help improve the outcome of their offense. Here are nine ways you can help support your child through the process of fighting for their rights in Utah’s juvenile courts.Continue reading →
Our lawyers have a proven track record of defending cases of lewdness, sexual battery, voyerism, revenge porn, rape, cyberstalking, and more. For a more complete list and breakdown of potential allegations, visit the sex crimes page.Continue reading →
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