|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Client Rating Preeminint 5 of 5||Martindale-Hubbell||2011|
|Felony Trial Attorney||Salt Lake Legal Defenders Association||1992|
|Trial Attorney||Paul Grant Attorney At Law||1997 - Present|
|Attorney||Utah Attorney General's Office||1994 - 1997|
|Trial Attorney||Salt Lake Legal Defender Assoc.||1988 - 1994|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Salt Lake County Bar Association||Attorney Member||2013 - Present|
|Utah State Bar, Criminal Law Section||Attorney Member||2013 - Present|
|Utah State Bar||N/A||1988 - Present|
|Federal Bar Association||N/A||1988 - Present|
|Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||N/A||1997 - 2010|
|State v. White||Dismissed|
|State v Thedell||Evidence suppressed and case dismissed|
|State v Cropper||Case dismissed|
|See all legal cases|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Man Gets Misdemeanors||2016|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Utah Man Accused of Paying||2016|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Salt Lake City Man Sentenced To Probation||2013|
|Salt Lake Tribube||Salt Lake City Man is Charged with Aggravated Abuse of 74 year old Woman||2012|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Salt Lake City Man Ordered to Stand Trial in Mother's Death||2012|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Secretary Admits Theft From Davis School District||2007|
|Salt Lake Tribune||Utah Dismisses Case||2007|
|Pacific Reporter Second||State v. Rosenbaum||1993|
|Pacific Reporter Second||State v. Strickling||1992|
|University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law||N/A||N/A||1987|
|I Lost My License||Drivers License Division Collateral Consequences||2016|
|The Breath of Civility||Civility||2015|
|Interview||Impairment of a Judge||2013|
|Gotcha's in Criminal Law||Criminal Law Basics||2010|
|Defending Difficult Cases||Criminal Law||2005|
|Defending Patriotism||Criminal Law||2004|
|The Impact of Drugs and Alcohol on Juveniles||Drugs & Alcohol and Juveniles||1996|
Posted by Darren
Paul is very knowledgeable and helped us navigate a very unique legal situation. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anybody needing legal representation. He listens to you and then goes to work to get you the best possible resolution. Paul is a five star lawyer.
Posted by anonymous
I met Paul some five years ago as my case started. He was always direct and honest with me about the situation I faced - and I always felt like I was getting the information I needed without filtering it, or overly being optimistic. Paul knows the law, and he also knows the legal system. Our case lasted an incredibly long 5 years - at one point we thought it was done, and then it came back with a vengeance. Paul breeds confidence, and he listens. Perhaps the most unique thing about Paul is that he cares. Paul was there through the whole experience. Later, given the case we faced, we brought in co-council (Tara Isaacson) and these two were an amazing team. I can't say enough good things about Paul (or Tara) to be honest, and if you find yourself needing council - seek out Paul. I certainly would.
Posted by anonymous
Paul Grant is the kind of lawyer that you want to have in your corner. Paul is smart, he's articulate, he has a presence about him that I think is so valuable in a criminal situation. Paul also listens to you and is truly interested in understanding the facts of the case. I don't think I ever called Paul that either he picked up or he called me within no more than an hour or two (including calls in the evening).
Paul is a knowledgeable, experienced attorney who is adept in the court room and at talking to the opposition. He makes you confident, while at the same time giving you straight and honest answers and recommendations. He and the rest of my legal defense team were amazing and, at the end of the day, we achieved a very acceptable outcome that put all of us at rest.
Would I use Paul again - heck yeah!