VIOLENT CRIMES

Utah Violent Crimes Attorneys

Defending you against aggravated assault, homicide, and other violent crimes

If you have been charged with the most serious accusations such as homicide or aggravated assault in Utah you will need an experienced and dedicated team of litigation attorneys such as Dennis Pawelek & Richard Gale to defend you against violent crimes.  Our top-rated Utah felony lawyers will present a vigorous defense in court in order to help retain your freedom.

Consequences of violent crime

Because these crimes often result in extensive injury to others or death, the penalties are harsh (usually a long prison sentence). This is especially the case if a firearm was used in the crime. Our attorney will utilize a number of resources to help a client. These include private investigators, forensic specialists, and personal interviews with all of the key witnesses. Our attorneys use the facts collected from these sources to challenge evidence and identify contradictory testimonies in order to protect the freedom and rights of our clients. Call our law firm today if you have been arrested for a violent crime and need to receive criminal defense in Utah.

In need of an experienced and aggressive defense for your case?Contact Us Today

Types of violent crime

  • Armed robbery
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Arson
  • Felonious assault
  • Hate crimes
  • Kidnapping
  • Involuntary manslaughter
  • Murder
  • Voluntary manslaughter

Dennis has represented me for the past 3 years off and on. 1st as a public defender then I’ve retained him as he has opened his own firm! He is absolutely amazing and will do anything to help you! He has done amazing for me every time and wouldn’t be where I am without him!! I wouldn’t ever trust anyone else! I would recommend him to anyone!

– Shawna

Choose Pawelek & Gale

During your complimentary consultation, our criminal defense lawyers will meet with you to thoroughly review the circumstances that led to your arrest, and obtain the information necessary to begin an in-depth, independent investigation into your matter and start formulating a defense on your behalf.