Law Office of Brent J. Huff

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Law Office of Brent J. Huff

Anything you can say now, I can say better later (Don't talk to the cops)

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

Law Office of Brent J. Huff

Law Office of Brent J. Huff

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Anything you can say now, I can say better later (Don't talk to the cops)

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

Firm Overview

I love my career as a Criminal Defense Attorney. Every day, I get to defend our Constitutional rights against an excessively punitive and discriminatory criminal "justice" system. In our criminal "justice" system, many people are wrongfully accused, over-charged, over-punished, or simply not afforded basic human respect. I endeavor to help my clients navigate this system. Sometimes this requires me to show a Jury why my client is wrongfully accused. Sometimes this requires me to show a Judge why a search, seizure, or interrogation, violated our Constitution. Sometimes this requires me to work with a Prosecutor to reach a fair and just resolution in a case. I look forward to performing these tasks and others in order to most effectively serve the people whom I represent.

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

Main Office

Main Office
405 South Main Street Suite 930
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Phone

(801) 641-9620

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Criminal Defense

DUI and DWI

Law Office of Brent J. Huff
Brent J. Huff

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

License

Bar Number: 16474
Utah, 2017

Education

S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Juris Doctorate, 2017

University of Utah
Bachelors Degree, Philosophy, 2008

Law Office of Brent J. Huff
Brent J. Huff

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

License

Bar Number: 16474
Utah, 2017

Education

S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah Juris Doctorate, 2017


University of Utah Bachelors Degree, Philosophy, 2008


Firm Overview

I love my career as a Criminal Defense Attorney. Every day, I get to defend our Constitutional rights against an excessively punitive and discriminatory criminal "justice" system. In our criminal "justice" system, many people are wrongfully accused, over-charged, over-punished, or simply not afforded basic human respect. I endeavor to help my clients navigate this system. Sometimes this requires me to show a Jury why my client is wrongfully accused. Sometimes this requires me to show a Judge why a search, seizure, or interrogation, violated our Constitution. Sometimes this requires me to work with a Prosecutor to reach a fair and just resolution in a case. I look forward to performing these tasks and others in order to most effectively serve the people whom I represent.

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

Main Office

Main Office
405 South Main Street Suite 930
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Phone

(801) 641-9620

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Criminal Defense

DUI and DWI

Law Office of Brent J. Huff
Brent J. Huff

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

License

Bar Number: 16474
Utah, 2017

Education

S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah
Juris Doctorate, 2017

University of Utah
Bachelors Degree, Philosophy, 2008

Law Office of Brent J. Huff
Brent J. Huff

Prior to opening my own practice, I worked at the firm of Langford-Ramos and its predecessor, Langford Legal. I also interned at the Salt Lake Legal Defender's Association, at the Utah Court of Appeals, and at the Hill Air Force Base Office of Legal Counsel. I currently sit on the Utah State Bar's Board for the Young Lawyer's Division as the Chair of a program that provides free representation to people facing eviction and as a Committee Member for a program that provides free legal advice to Veterans. I have been recognized as the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year and continue to volunteer through the Utah State and Federal Courts.

Prior to practicing law, I served in the United States Marine Corps and the Utah National Guard. My experience as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Linguist, helped prepare me to be successful in this career. I have been honored to represent many veterans in my practice.

License

Bar Number: 16474
Utah, 2017

Education

S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah Juris Doctorate, 2017


University of Utah Bachelors Degree, Philosophy, 2008


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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Utah and has no record of discipline from the Utah bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.