You want an attorney that has experienced negotiators and that you’ll want someone who isn’t afraid to push the envelope, and also is caring about your situation. A good attorney will generally inform you if your case can be handled through other less expensive and time-consuming means.
As soon police are calling you, you need to find an attorney. And you should not call the police officer back and call us. If you have been arrested in Utah County you need a lawyer.
We are super reasonable and flexible payments unlike other attorneys in Utah county. Many attorneys want the full amount upfront and we generally ask for half.
We have handled all types of misdemeanor and felony cases ranging from simple traffic citations to homicide and sex offenses.
Even if it just the justice court or a misdemeanor it is better to have an attorney because they get better outcomes and usually prevent jail time, lower fines and better outcomes.
There is special ways that only a lawyer can handle the CASE that will prevent you from you from losing your driving privileges and keep in mind that a drivers license hearing needs to be requestedwithin ten days of a drug crime or DUI citation.
In most cases Yes, there are multiple ways to get your felony down to a misdemeanor whether it’s before probation or after probation in certain circumstances.
Yes, we have a great strategy in helping our clients set themselves up to appeal to the judge before even coming to court for pre-trial hearings.
Absolutely, Attorneys that have relationships and are familiar with that specific court and judge and or prosecutor the attorney knows how to set things up to get the best outcome and better deals. Pawelek & Gale are familiar with in numerous counties in the state of Utah.
Communication is key when working with a lawyer. You should ask the lawyer how often and under what circumstances you will hear from him. You’ll want to know how your case is coming along and about other important dates. At Pawelek and Gale, we believe that regular communication is key, not only for peace of mind but for the overall outcome of the case.
Generally speaking, it is fair game to ask our attorneys whether you have a good chance of winning your case. You are not looking for the “right” answer, just an honest one. For instance, if you’re facing an uphill battle in, let’s say in a DUI situation, you’ll want to know up front from the attorney what the worst situation is and what the best case scenarios are so you can prepare yourself for what lies ahead.