Criminal Defense Attorney in Layton, Utah –¬†Helgesen, Houtz & Jones

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A felony is the most serious type of crime you can be convicted of in the state of Utah. Felonies are classified into one of the following categories:

  • Capital offense
  • First degree felony
  • Second degree felony
  • Third degree felony

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Misdemeanors in the State of Utah are classified as one of the following:

  • Class A misdemeanor
  • Class B misdemeanor
  • Class C misdemeanor

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An infraction is a minor offense punishable by a fine only, up to $750. Examples include city traffic violations and some disorderly conduct offenses.

When you are being accused of violating a crime, you want an experienced trial lawyer on your side. Our firm has been successful in defending client facing criminal charges for more than 25 years, including winning acquittals in murder, rape and kidnapping criminal cases in Utah.

  • Rated Superb by AVVO
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
  • Client Choice Criminal Defense Attorney
  • Nations Top One Percent
  • 10 Best in Client Satisfaction
  • Top AV rated law firm
  • 25 Years in Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense Attorney in Layton, Utah

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