Utah Criminal Defense Lawyers
Sometimes bad things happen to good people. Call us today and we will assist you in your unfortunate situation. In today’s job market, more and more employers are running background checks on current and potential employees. As Utah criminal defense lawyers, let us help you avoid catastrophic changes to your lifestyle. We will uphold your constitutional rights by providing you with a proven history of successful criminal defense.
Utah lawyers Joel J. Kittrell and the rest of the RBMN legal team have a proven record with over 20 years of combined experience handling over 5000 criminal cases. We have obtained dismissals or not guilty verdicts in all types of cases including:
- Criminal Homicide
- Aggravated Sex Abuse Of A Child
- Aggravated Burglary
- Various Types Of Thefts
- Aggravated Assault
- Domestic Violence Charges
We have practiced in most state courts in Utah, including justice courts and federal court. Our relationships with prosecutors will work to assist you in resolving your case. Whether through a jury trial or plea negotiations, Richards Brandt Miller Nelson’s reputation with the courts will protect your rights.
In addition, sometimes criminal charges come with collateral consequences. Our Utah law firm has over 40 attorneys ready to assist you in all aspects of your life. Avoiding penalties such as not being able to vote, being able to carry a gun or possess ammunition, hunt and your ability to travel, are all restrictions that can occur with a criminal conviction. Let us help you avoid these nightmares. Call for a free and no obligation consultation today! 801-326-2009.
Criminal Defense Attorneys in Utah
We stand ready to provide an aggressive defense of your rights and your freedom. If you have been wrongfully convicted, contact us to assist you in your appeal.
* As of June 1, 2010
RBMN Notable Cases
Client’s charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed because of an illegal search by police officer. Client was driving through the state when police officers illegally detained him and search his vehicle finding drugs. As a result of defense arguments by Mr. Bautista, the charges were dismissed.