Criminal Defense

Criminal charges are some of the most harmful to a person’s record and personal life. These types of offenses can follow a person indefinitely. In addition to a loss of freedom due to imprisonment, criminal charges can also result in costly fines and the loss of licenses.

For your convenience, provided is a list of common criminal offenses in the state of Utah which Susanne Gustin has years of experience fighting. Please note, this information is provided solely for informative purposes, and is not intended to suggest any legal advice.

Criminal law operates on a case-by-case basis, and this information does not replace legal advice from an experienced attorney.

Criminal Defense Information Center

Susanne Gustin strongly defends individuals charged with the following criminal offenses:

Susanne Gustin is an experienced trial attorney with 30 years of experience. She has represented clients in various high-profile criminal cases and has successfully defended her clients in a court of law.

She can offer you sound legal advice fitted to your circumstances. Susanne Gustin has the knowledge to explore different options and work towards keeping your record clear. If you are facing criminal charges, call Susanne Gustin Attorney at Law at (801) 243-2814 to hear more about your legal options.

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Additional Resources

Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Visit the website of the UACDL to learn more the best training provided criminal defense lawyers practicing in the State of Utah. Find upcoming CLE seminars and other events. Also find the largest brief bank and collection of document templates for defense attorneys in the state. UACDL is an affiliate of The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Criminal Defense Information Center of Arizona – Visit the website of Lawyer Legion, an online directory helping consumers find top criminal defense attorneys in the neighboring state of Arizona. Learn about the practice of criminal law in Arizona including specialty certifications, legal associations, law schools, and government resources. Search for attorneys by name or practice area. Find out more about the attorney’s involvement in the legal community.

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Visit the website of the NACDL, a national organization for criminal defense practitioners aimed at helping criminal defense lawyers in private practice as well as public defenders by providing educational resources, networking, and live events. The NACDL Foundation advocates for legislative reform at the national level for issues affecting criminal justice policies in the United States.