Utah Domestic Violence Defense
Edward Stone Attorney at Law
Elite Criminal Defense
Edward Stone is a Utah Legal Elite attorney, as awarded by Utah Business Magazine. Edward Stone has been in practice since 1998, and has handled hundreds of domestic violence cases throughout his career. He has tried hundreds of cases, and knows exactly how to exploit weaknesses in the prosecutor's case to secure a dismissal, a very favorable negotiated plea, or an acquital from a judge or jury.
Domestic Violence Charges
Domestic Violence charges are a specialized category of crimes in Utah. They are enhanceable, meaning that subsequent charges carry additional penalties. They have minimum required sentencing requirements, which are considerable.
Domestic violence charges are pursued more aggressively than other types of charges and require the skill, persistence and knowledge of a highly skilled attorney.
Domestic violence charges are prosecuted even when the "victim" wishes to have the charges dismissed or does not want to cooperate with police.
A domestic violence conviction results in the prohibition of owning or carrying any firearms or dangerous weapons for any purpose, including home defense or hunting.
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3115 East Lion Lane, Suite 160
Holladay, Utah 84121
Recent Cases & Blog
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Areas of Practice
Domestic Violence In the Presence of a Child
Domestic Violence Criminal Mischief
Domestic Violence electronic communications harassment
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