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Staci Visser

Staci has a background in family law matters making her uniquely qualified to handle domestic violence, sexual assault, and juvenile allegations.


S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah


The State Bar of Utah

As an experienced criminal defense and appellate attorney. Staci is a zealous advocate of defendant's rights. Staci excels at investigating the details of cases and researching what legal principles will be most helpful to winning the case or improving the outcome for the client.

She has handled multiple criminal cases and appeals where she changed the outcome from a loss to a win because of her legal arguments. She is highly respected by judges and other attorneys because of her legal skills and her dedication to her clients.

In addition, her prior experience in family law matters makes her uniquely qualified in handling domestic violence, sexual offense allegations, and juvenile cases. Staci attended law school at the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2012.

In law school, Staci was editor-in-chief of the Journal of Law and Family Studies and published legal articles on issues of family law in the criminal justice system, all while being employed as an appellate law clerk at the Salt Lake Legal Defender Association.

As a licensed attorney, Staci continues to practice in criminal appeals and has won arguments before the Utah Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

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