Salt Lake City, UT asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Utah

Q: How do I prove my husband's innocence with a gun charge? His brother and I are an eye witnesses to his innocence.

The cops never searched him when they got the call. They only called him. He is currently in prison for this. They have no prof/evidence there was ever a gun. Just by word of mouth.

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Christopher J. Salcido
Christopher J. Salcido
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  • Sandy, UT
  • Licensed in Utah

A: To answer your question properly would require a more detailed conversation then what can probably be responded to here. You should speak with a criminal defense lawyer asap.

Mr Aric M Cramer Sr. agrees with this answer

Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.
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  • St. George, UT
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A: If he is in prison he must have admitted guilt or been found guilty. You need an appellate attorney.

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