Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates
Salt Lake City – Ogden
Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates

Salt Lake City – Ogden

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Utah DUI Hit And Run Attorney

DUI hit and run cases are often very difficult for the prosecution to prove. The problem for the police and the prosecutors is that it is often impossible to know if the driver was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.

Even if a person is intoxicated at their home several hours after an accident, there is no way of knowing when they started to drink unless there are witnesses involved. Frequently, there are no witnesses in these cases, as the other driver is dealing with the shock of an auto accident and unable to assess the condition of the other driver.

If you have been arrested for DUI hit and run, contact an attorney as soon as possible. Please remember that anything you say to the police can be used as evidence against you.

We Will Aggressively Defend Your Rights

In Utah, it is a crime to leave the scene of an accident. One of the many reasons why the state legislature prohibits a driver or passenger from leaving the scene of an accident is that many accidents are caused by drunk drivers. However, many people leave the scene of an auto accident for numerous reasons.

At our firm, we hold prosecutors to their burden of proof. Our duty and loyalty is to our clients. We believe strongly that every person charged with a crime has a right to a vigorous defense. We have a strong record of results in our criminal defense practice because we aggressively defend our clients, thoroughly investigate each case, prepare meticulously for the possibility of trial and are not afraid to take a case to trial when necessary to protect our client’s rights.

Trust Your Case To Experience

If you are facing criminal charges in Utah, call our office at (801) 475-8800 for a free consultation. Our lawyers have handled a significant number of DUI hit and run charges and know how to protect your rights.