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Receiving Stolen Property


Utah’s criminal code section 76-6-408 provides for certain penalties and punishments for receiving stolen property. Other states commonly refer to this offense as trafficking in stolen property or dealing in stolen property. The offense is often charged when law enforcement discovers that a person has taken recently stolen items to a pawn shop.

Salt Lake City Attorney for Receiving Stolen Property Charges

If you have been charged with receiving stolen property in the State of Utah, then contact an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney to discuss your case. Darren Levitt represents clients charged with receiving stolen property in the greater Salt Lake City-Ogden metropolitan area, which included Salt Lake County, Davis County, and Weber County, Utah.

Utah Receiving Stolen Property Information Center

Finding an Attorney to Fight Charges of Receiving Stolen Property

If you have been charged with receiving stolen property in the State of Utah, then contact an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney to discuss your case. Darren Levitt represents clients charged with receiving stolen property in the greater Salt Lake City-Ogden metropolitan area, which includes Davis County, Weber County, Salt Lake County, Utah.

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(801) 455-1743