Why Call Us

Longest Serving Criminal Defense Law Firm in St. George, Utah

Douglas Terry has been practicing law in Southern Utah since 1983. We know Utah law and stake our firm on our proven abilities to help those charged with crimes understand their charges and offer their best defense. Over the years, our work has brought us to every courthouse in southern Utah, where we're familiar with the prosecutors, judges and procedures that criminal defendants face.

Decades of Combined Experience

int_why_call_usOur attorneys have almost 40 years of combined practice experience in the Utah civil and criminal courts as well as in Utah federal courts. We have built our careers on staying up to date with Utah criminal defense and personal injury law. Our clients rest assured we offer the time-tested advice, guidance and advocacy that only an experienced law firm can offer.

Advocating for You Every Step of the Way

Our criminal defense attorneys protect and defend our clients from arrest through criminal record expungement. Don't let police intimidate you during questioning — and don't let the prosecutor take charge during negotiations, convincing you that you have no option but to plead guilty. Let us be at your side during plea bargaining, trial and sentencing.

Clients injured in accidents rely on our personal injury attorneys for strong advocacy with insurance companies and negligent defendants, from insurance claims to settlement negotiations to trial. Don't go it alone or accept a low-ball settlement because you aren't sure where to turn. We will fight for full and fair compensation.

Free Consultation

Your initial case evaluation with Douglas D. Terry & Associates is free of charge. This allows us to help you understand your legal options — and for you to learn whether we are the right law firm for you. We encourage you to call us at (435) 628-4411 or complete our online contact form today.

We look forward to fighting for you.

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