Margaret H. Olson

Margaret H. Olson

Criminal Defense Attorney
Salt Lake City, UT




No Misconduct



About Me

I have been licensed to practice law in Utah and Idaho for 18 years. I work in a small law firm staffed with some of my closest friends. We enjoy our work, care about our clients and have fun supporting each other and discussing our cases. Most clients need a fast, effective, economical result. However, we at Hobbs Olson also relish the opportunity to go to trial. My last jury trial was February...

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Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Client Reviews

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Highly Recommended

Posted by: Vickey about 4 years ago.

What can you say about any lawyer? We've all heard the jokes about lawyers and how most of them have no soul and are only after the money. I...

If you are looking for a lawyer who will really work for your best interest Margaret is who you want

Posted by: camille about 4 years ago.

Margaret is amazing! Margaret has never left my side she became my best friend,Margaret always went above and beyond for me she would take my calls...
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Steven Glenn Shapiro
Steven Shapiro

Salt Lake City, UT

About 4 years ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Margaret and I have been colleagues and fellow lawyers in this community for many years. Margaret is universally respected as a very effective,...
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1993 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Idaho.
Last updated by Avvo: 04/16/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2000 – present

Hobbs & Olson, LC


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1992 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law


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Leary Scholar

University of Utah


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Park City Bar Association

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Speaking Engagements

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2010 What a Transactional Attorney Needs to do to Avoid Litigation and/or Retain Information Essential for Litigation

at Utah State Bar Fall Forum