As you might imagine, Utah’s drug laws are conservative and punishment for drug crimes can be harsh. Whether you are charged with something simple like possession, or something more serious like cultivation, distribution, or trafficking, it’s important that you have an experienced lawyer to make sure your rights are protected.
Trust experienced lawyers to defend drug charges
From production to sale, there are plenty of ways to get charged with a drug crime in Utah. If you are arrested for a drug crime, remember it is your right to remain silent until you speak with an experienced lawyer. The expert legal team at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat has handled cases of all the following and more:
Additionally, with many states near Utah legalizing cannabis, Utah Highway Patrol and other road officers try to identify vehicles they think might be transporting marijuana through the state. If you are pulled over and an officer searches your vehicle and finds drugs, whether by legal means or not, they may seize the drugs, your vehicle, or any cash. However, we have experience getting seized property back for both Utah residents and out-of-state travelers.
With nearly two decades of experience defending clients against all kinds of drug charges, you can be confident we will investigate every detail of your case and fully prepare for your defense. If you want to do some of your own research on Utah’s drug laws, crime classifications, and penalties, you can visit our drug crimes page to find more information.
Whether you need help with a misdemeanor or felony drug charge in Utah, the lawyers at Brown, Bradshaw & Moffat will work hard to help with your defense and protect your rights. We understand the issues and will protect your rights at every stage of the case.
Give us a call at (801) 532-5297 so we can start working on your case today.
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