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Veronica K. McDougal Attorney At Law

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Attorney At Law

The criminal court system can be very intimidating. This is especially true when you’re facing serious penalties. However, you don’t need to stand up to the court system alone. Instead, you need to hire an experienced and compassionate attorney. Thankfully, attorney Veronica K. McDougal is ready to help. Attorney McDougal is dedicated to protecting her clients’ rights. Because of that dedication, she will work hard to get you the best outcome possible, without breaking the bank. Additionally, she can represent you for DUIa, theft charges, drug charges, probation violations and other misdemeanor offenses. And, she will stand up for your rights in any circumstance. She is an experienced criminal defense attorney…Read More

Meet Attorney Veronica K. McDougal

DUI – Driving Under the Influence

Don’t just search for “DUI lawyers in my area” and hope for the best when you’ve been charged. Instead, you need a qualified attorney. This is someone who can lead you through the litigation process and help you make the best decision for your situation. Utah has especially strict DUI laws. Here, your blood or breath alcohol concentration, or BAC, cannot exceed .05 while being in control of a vehicle. This is significantly lower than the national standard of .08. Because of this, you may need an experienced attorney. Thankfully, attorney Veronica McDougal is ready to help. She is based in Murray, UT and can act as an attorney for all of your needs.

Domestic Violence

Being charged with a crime is never easy. There is also the added embarrassment that can come along with it. Your attorney should be able to help you through this difficult time. This personal care is what makes attorney Veronica McDougal one of the best domestic violence lawyers in Murray, UT. Attorney McDougal is ready to help you in just about any situation. Veronica provides all of her clients with peace of mind. Get in touch today to get started.

Probation Violation

Dealing with probation can be a major hassle. And, the regulations are not always entirely clear. Because of this, you may need an attorney if you are accused of a probation violation. This is someone who can help you fight against unfair charges. Additionally, they can advise you along the way. You should consider attorney Veronica McDougal when you need assistance. Let attorney McDougal get started on your defense today.

DUI – Driving Under the Influence

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"If you just need to know whether an Answer has been filed, you can call the clerk of the Court and they can tell you".
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"For a month to month tenancy, which is what it appears you have, the landlord must give you at least 15 days written notice prior to the end of the rental period. So if your rental period is a normal month (from the first of the month to the end) he must give you formal written notice at least 15 days before the last day. He cannot legally throw you out without an Order of Restitution from the Court."
"Your upcoming hearing is likely an immediate occupancy hearing. The only thing the judge will do at that hearing is determine who is entitled to possession of the property for right now. The judge will not award a judgement for damages at an occupancy heading, that will happen at a subsequent hearing/trial."
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