Attorney Edward D. Flint
Attorney Edward D. Flint is a skilled St. George criminal defense attorney who is passionate about defending the rights of those accused of serious crimes. Over the course of 33+ years in practice, Attorney Flint has personally handled more than 100 jury trials. He has defended clients facing serious criminal charges, including drug crimes, sexual offenses, domestic violence and violent crimes, DUIs, and more. With every case he takes on, Attorney Flint works to provide personalized and empathetic guidance, coupled with aggressive legal advocacy aimed at protecting his clients’ freedom.
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Attorney Flint obtained his Bachelor of Science, cum laude, from the University of Utah, College of Social and Behavioral Science, Department of Political Science in 1981. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah, College of Law in 1985. Throughout his career, he has practiced numerous areas of law, including criminal defense, personal injury, and business law. In addition to private practice, Attorney Flint has also served as a Public Defender for Washington County, UT.
He has served on the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Legislative Committee and is a Past Member of the American Bar Association (1985-2012) and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (1986-1999).
“The professional man is, in essence, one who provides service. But the service he renders is something more than that of the laborer, even the skilled laborer. It is a service that wells up from the entire complex of his personality. True, some specialized and highly developed techniques may be included, but their mode of expression is given its deepest meaning by the personality of the practitioner. In a very real sense, his professional service cannot be separate from his personal being. He has no goods to sell, no land to till. His only asset is himself. It turns out that there is no right price for service, for what is a share of a man worth? If he does not contain the quality of integrity, he is worthless. If he does, he is priceless.”
-The Hon. Elbert Parr Tuttle