Loitering and prowling, although not felony crimes, are serious allegations. If you are charged with loitering or prowling, you need an experienced property crime attorney to defend your loitering case. If you are convicted of loitering or prowling, it goes on your criminal record which could prevent you from obtaining employment, housing, and can damage your reputation.
Loitering or Prowling Charges
If you have been accused of loitering or prowling, Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. will thoroughly review your case to strategize your best defense. His thorough knowledge of property crime law and the Utah court systems gives him the expertise to help you get your charges dropped, reduced, or minimal sentencing.