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Utah Juvenile Law Attorney

Utah Juvenile Criminal Defense Attorney for SLC and South JordanAlthough Utah juvenile offenses are different than adult criminal offenses, they can be just as serious. If your minor child has been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, it is essential that you immediately contact a qualified Utah juvenile law attorney. Whether your minor child has been charged with theft or underage drinking, Branson K West is dedicated to helping juvenile delinquents and their parents protect their rights.

Utah Juvenile Justice System

The juvenile court system in Utah is much different than the adult criminal court system. This doesn’t mean your son or daughter is without rights. The main objective is to ensure the juvenile facing criminal charges does not end up back in the criminal system later. Despite the differences from adult criminal court, juvenile proceedings are very serious and can subject a juvenile to a period of incarceration, community service, probation and fines.

Defending Juvenile Delinquents

If you are a minor being charged with a crime in Utah, then you need an experienced juvenile defense attorney. Branson K West represents juvenile delinquents that are facing charges such as:

Salt Lake City Juvenile Defense Lawyer

Contact Branson K West Law at 801-285-5550 for a free consultation about your child’s juvenile offense in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas including South Jordan, Provo, Ogden, plus more.

Highlights of Recent Criminal Defense Results

Charge: Provo DUI
Result: DUI Dismissed
More: Client was stopped at DUI check point, failed FSTs, blew bel…
 
Charge: Draper DUI
Result: DUI Dismissed
More: Client found in car, passed out, alleged drugs in system.
 
Charge: West Jordan Burglary
Result: Burglary Case Dismissed
More: Client accused of breaking into vehicle, stealing items, the…
 
Charge: SLC DUI
Result: Dismissed
More: Client's 2nd offense. Argued suppression motion, case dismis…
 
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