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Client had been charged with illegal re-entry and the recommendation from the government and the probation office was a sentence of at least three years in prison. When the Judge was made aware of all facts,
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The court dismissed the case at the end of the preliminary hearing ruling that there was no credible evidence that their client had taken any money from him with intent to deprive.
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Woman facing multiple charges likely focusing on criminal defense

Each criminal case is different. Some people may face a misdemeanor charge that they can handle relatively easily, and others may face numerous charges ranging in severity and stemming from a single event. In the latter case, individuals may have a more difficult time creating criminal defense strategies for their cases, but still, they do not have to do it alone.

One woman in Utah may be looking for assistance after recently being taken into custody on multiple charges. Reports stated that a police officer was responding to a call about a woman driving a stolen truck in a parking lot and almost hitting an employee who was trying to stop her. The woman left the parking lot, but the officer noticed the vehicle on a side street. The officer activated his lights, and the driver sped off.

A pursuit ensued with speeds reaching 120 mph. In efforts to end the pursuit, one officer hit the truck with his patrol car, which caused the truck to spin and come to a stop. The woman was taken into custody on charges for reckless endangerment, DUI, aggravated assault, theft by receiving stolen property, failing to stop for a police officer and possession of drug paraphernalia. It was also noted that the woman already had warrants for her arrest for unrelated incidents.

For this woman, a meaningful criminal defense may be vital. Exploring her legal options and the ways she may be able to work toward the best possible outcomes may be in her best interests. Finding help to address her case may also be wise, and utilizing local Utah legal resources could prove useful in that endeavor.

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