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Jason Velez

Founder, Managing Attorney

1LAW

HQ Phone:  (801) 758-9090

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1LAW

311 S State St #380

Salt Lake City, Utah,84111

United States

Company Description

1LAW is an affordable, transparent law firm in a time when it's difficult to differentiate between different firms' abilities, strengths and weaknesses. We are committed as the voice of our clients when faced with difficult life situations, and provide a tailo...more

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Attorney Jason Velez saw an e-mail from the bar asking for volunteers and decided to help the women get out of jail the next day.But it was Friday and West Valley City offices are closed on Friday. Velez took the motion to 3rd District Judge Robin Reese, who granted his request to release the women, pending an appeal hearing on the contempt charge. Velez, in his appeal, argued that state law requires behavior leading to contempt of court be conducted in the presence of the judge, which wasn't the case.He also noted the law allows Justice Court judges to give a maximum of five days in jail for a contempt citation.


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