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Collins Rupp, P.C.

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The team at Collins Rupp, P.C. is proud to provide clients with energetic and aggressive representation for a wide variety of criminal defense matters, including DUI cases. Logan Collins dedicated his entire adult life to honing his remarkable negotiating skills, first as a salesman in the automobile industry, then as an attorney, and Joseph Rupp pursued the legal field following a 27-year career in the Marines. Each partner brings to the firm years of experience being disciplined and highly skilled in their fields.

Contact our Salt Lake City criminal defense lawyers today to meet with our team and find out how we can help you through your case.

We know that these are tying times, but we’re here to help:

We can provide full consultations over the phone and/or by video chat with attorneys.
We can handle all internal paperwork and payments electronically. (i.e. Legal Services Agreements, Drivers License Division Hearing Requests, Payments and Payment Plans)
We are experts at resolving cases remotely and electronically. Where appropriate and authorized by the court, we can waive client appearances in court for routine hearings, conduct matters by phone with the prosecutor and judge, facilitate Pleas by Affidavit, and reduce requirements to attend in-person court events.
We conduct telephonic administrative hearings and conference in clients. (i.e. Drivers License Division Hearings)
In unfortunate cases where incarceration is ordered, we are adept at working with the court and state attorneys to structure sentencing requirements around the health and welfare concerns of our clients.

To help prepare for our clients’ cases, we have our private investigator interview potential witnesses and record their statements. We then use that information to form cross-examination and direct examination questions. If the witnesses say something different from their initial interview, we use the recordings to impeach them. We take full advantage of preliminary hearings to build a record. In other words, we cross-examine hostile witnesses at prelims so that their testimony is under oath so that they cannot change their story later on. Many times, we have been able to catch witnesses lying under oath at the preliminary hearing so that we can show they are not credible at trial.