Bangerter Law - November 2018



FROM THE DESK OF Matthew Bangerter

If you or someone you know has been charged with a DUI or other crime, you may feel lost or overwhelmed by the legal process.

I’ve written a free book answering some of the following common questions:

How do people unknowingly and unintentionally hurt themselves and their cases? What are the most common misconceptions about arrests in criminal cases?

Gifts, meal planning, and endless family gatherings can leave you feeling wrung out this holiday season. Ramp up your merry feelings by volunteering with your kids. By utilizing their talents to help others, they can learn valuable lessons. Try some of these simple activities and watch your kiddos transform into lean, mean, volunteering machines. VOLUNTEERING AS A FAMILY H ow to E ncourage Y our K ids to G ive B ack There are a couple ways to change your children’s outlook on volunteering from an obligation to a real desire. Start with getting your kids to clean their bedrooms. Set a goal for each child to find a certain number of items they’re willing to donate — say, 10 items per kid — and reward them when they meet that goal with a fun family activity, like going bowling or getting ice cream. You and your family could also help a neighbor clean out their garage in a contest to see who can find the oldest or most unique item. Or you could split off into teams and volunteer to clean up elderly neighbors’ yards or shovel their driveways. Whoever cleans the most yards in the shortest amount of time gets to pick dinner that night. Cleaning and organizing might not be among your children’s favorite things to do, but if you make it a fun activity with a goal and a prize, they may forget it was ever a chore. Your child will learn the value of helping others, and they’ll tidy their room while they’re at it. TURN VOLUNTEERING INTO A GAME

What does it mean to be indicted?

How do your Miranda rights affect your case?

What happens after your arrest?

Can you get your record sealed or expunged?

... And other frequently asked questions

You can download the book for no charge and no obligation from my website at

If you still have questions about your case, call my office for a consultation and schedule an appointment. I’m here to help!


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