As of 2015, Utah maintains a white collar crime registry. It is currently the only such registry in the nation. Similar to the sex-offender registry, anyone can view who has been charged and convicted (within the past 10 years) of white collar crimes such as money laundering, fraud, or theft by deception. With this added consequence for white collar crime convictions in Utah, it’s imperative that you retain a legal team with proven experience defending these types of cases.
Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat is one of Utah's premier white collar defense firms. Our results speak for themselves. We have defended—and won—cases in civil court, criminal court, and the Utah Supreme Court. Our team will fight to defend both individuals and businesses against a wide variety of investigations and charges of white collar crime.
With decades of experience defending clients against white collar crimes, you can rest assured we will investigate all the details of your case and fully prepare for your defense. If you want to do some of your own research on Utah’s white collar crime laws, you can start with our white collar crimes page to find more in-depth information about the following and more:
The lawyers at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat will not only defend you from allegations of criminal conduct but also see that your rights to reimbursement are fully protected. No matter what you have been charged with, we know how to build a strong defense.
Give us a call at (801) 532-5297 so we can start working on your case today.
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