Sexual Harassment and Criminal Conduct
Talk to a Utah sexual harassment lawyer who takes your case seriously
Many forms of sexual harassment in Utah can be criminal in nature. When a crime occurs, it’s critical that strong legal action is taken in response. Knowing what to do in these situations can be overwhelming. Even knowing what your rights are might not be clear. That’s why it’s important that you talk to a Salt Lake City sexual harassment attorney right away.
Our legal team at the Andrus Law Firm in Salt Lake City has years of experience handling such complex legal cases. We know the law. We understand how the legal system works in Utah. We’re prepared to do the work that needs to be done to get the job done right. We also understand the sensitive nature of these criminal cases. That’s why anything you discuss with us will remain confidential. You have our word on it.
What constitutes criminal conduct in sexual harassment cases?
Criminal conduct is a legal term used to describe conduct that violates state or federal laws which results in a criminal penalty. In Utah, many types of sexual harassment qualify as criminal conduct, including:
- Attempted rape
- Sexual assault
- Assault and battery
Understanding Utah’s legal system can be confusing. That’s why it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible from an attorney familiar with Utah’s unique sexual harassment laws. That’s why we want to meet with you.
Cut through the confusion. Talk privately with a sexual harassment attorney
Criminal cases involving sexual harassment require a skilled, experienced sexual harassment lawyer. That’s why we want to talk with you. Attorney Andrus can review the details of your case and explain all the options available to you.
This process starts during your confidential, free consultation with us. We want to hear exactly what happened to you. Everything you say to us during your legal consultation will remain private. We promise. Put your trust in a Salt Lake City sexual harassment lawyer who puts your needs first. Contact our law firm right now.