Kenneth R. Brown (Of Counsel)
Kenneth R. Brown received his law degree from the J. Reuben Clark College of Law at Brigham Young University in 1978. From 1979 to 1998 he was in private practice, and also served as a public defender from 1979 to 1984. In 1998 Ken becomes one of the founding partners of Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat, LLP.
With a practice focused on criminal defense in both state and federal courts, Ken has tried innumerable cases in Utah and surrounding states. His astute trial work earned him an “AV” rating with Martindale-Hubbell and he was listed frequently in “Utah’s Legal Elite” in Utah Business Magazine.
Before retiring in 2016, Ken Brown had been a member of the Utah State Bar since 1978. He was licensed to practice in all Utah state and federal courts, as well as the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Active in the legal community, Ken Brown served as a member of the following organizations:
Supreme Court Advisory Committee for Rules of Evidence;
Supreme Court Criminal Jury Instruction Committee;
Rule 8 Capital Qualified Defense Attorneys Panel; and
Governor's Task Force on Justice-Law Enforcement.
In addition, Ken Brown was a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and one of the founding members of the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
In The News
A sampling of Ken Brown's cases highlighted in the media include:
- Ex-teacher gets probation in sex case, avoids jail - KSL.com, 4/8/2014
- Trial continues for man accused of Valentine's day assault - CacheValleyDaily.com, 11/20/2014
- Man accused of sex abuse while posing as a marriage counselor appears in court - Deseret News, 1/12/2011
- County official acquitted of jury tampering charges - Deseret News, 12/21/96
- Teacher charged with sexual misconduct acquitted by judge - Deseret News, 6/5/09; The Salt Lake Tribune 6/5/09
- "Wedgie Killer" freed - The Salt Lake Tribune 1/17/09
- Cache man acquitted of raping former USU student - Deseret News, 2/7/1998
Recent Speaking Engagements
"Civility Presentation: 'Does Being Civil Undercut a Vigorous Defense for Your Client?'" September 12, 2014