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Typically No Retainer | Easy Payments*
Awesome Winning Percentage
Greg Smith and Associates has hundreds of 5-star reviews, is recognized by Martindale-Hubble as a Platinum Level Client Champion, and has been awarded the Clients Choice award by Avvo.
"The domestic violence and DUI crimes that I was charged with would have ruined my career. Thank you for saving me! You are worth every penny I paid you."
"We were so afraid that my son was going to prison. You were compassionate and easy to talk to. We are amazed that you got the charges resolved. We were amazed at how thorough you were, and how you saw things that other lawyers that we had spoken to had not even noticed."
Here is what we are typically hired to do:
Remember: Simply pleading guilty can be totally stupid, even if you are guilty. You still have rights, and you should not get a worse deal than somebody else simply because you want to take responsibility for what you have done! Do NOT plead guilty before you consult with us!
And please, talk to us before you try to talk to a prosecutor. It is often hard for us to undo the damage that has been done before we were hired. Criminal law is very complicated, and every judge and prosecutor has his or her own style and beliefs. We know those styles and beg you not to try to handle a case on your own.
Judges and prosecutors know us and respect us. We have a job to do for you, and they understand that. They know that we are honest, professional and willing to put in the effort necessary to pursue positive results for people like you.
Whether you are charged with a state crime in Utah or you are facing federal charges, you should know that the prosecutors will work hard to see you convicted. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, you need to know your rights and stick to them:
We are on your side. We will listen to you. Even if you believe you are guilty, we will strive to get you the best deal possible.
Salt Lake City
Free 15 Min. Consultation | Nights & Weekends
Even if it is late at night, a Saturday or a Sunday, we encourage you to contact a Salt Lake City criminal defense lawyer at our office so we can get started defending your rights immediately. You can email us or call us 24/7. That's right, we are a law firm that does its best to help you 24 hours a day, even on holidays.
An actual lawyer will respond (usually our lead attorney, Gregory B. Smith). Our local number is 801-651-1512.
Most of our work is done in Salt Lake City, Utah, and in Weber County and Summit County. However, we travel statewide, from St. George (Washington County) in the south to Vernal (Uinta County) in the north.
We believe that people exist to have joy. Let us help put the joy back in your life!
Clients with disabilities or impairments
Access to our office is available to clients and their family members at all times. Special equipment and communication devices are available upon request for our clients with visual, hearing, speech and physical impairment. In addition, arrangements can be made for verbal or sign language interpreters if needed to communicate between our attorneys and the client and family. Please notify our law office if any additional accommodations related to your disability or impairment are necessary to make your consultation more comfortable.
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