Utah Defense Lawyers Protecting Your Rights
If you have been arrested for a crime, you are probably concerned about the consequences you face now such as embarrassment, a fine and possible jail time. However, the consequences later in your life can be far more serious. A criminal conviction can affect your employment as well as your ability to obtain a professional license. It can also affect your Second Amendment rights to own a gun.
At the Law Office of Bailey & Hutchings in Logan, Utah, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We'll explain the possible consequences you may face if you are convicted. We will also explore possible ways you can avoid those consequences. Just because you are accused of a crime does not mean that the state has enough evidence to prove it.
We are experienced in handling all types of criminal cases, including:
- DUI defense and related driver's license suspension hearings before the Utah Department of Motor Vehicles
- Domestic violence
- Theft and shoplifting
- Criminal trespass and burglary
- Weapons charges
- Charges of criminal fraud
- Drug crimes, including possession and possession with intent to deliver
- Juvenile offenses
- Sex crimes such as child sexual abuse and rape
Protecting Your Second Amendment Rights
If you are convicted of a felony, you will be prohibited from owning firearms. You will also be prohibited from owning guns if you are under indictment for a felony or facing charges of domestic violence or drug charges. You cannot own guns if you are on probation or parole, even for a misdemeanor. Attorney Chad Hutchings is a member of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA), and will help protect your gun rights.
Clearing Your Criminal Record
If you have a past conviction that is affecting you today, our lawyers can help you clear your record though the expungement process. In Utah, expungements are available for many convictions, but there are a number of requirements you need to meet. Our lawyers will help you meet those requirements.
Free Attorney Consultation
To discuss your case with a Logan criminal defense attorney at our firm, call 435-774-1759 or fill out the contact form on this website.