Cases We Take
- Criminal Appeals
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- DUI / DWI
- Federal Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- White Collar Crimes
- Traffic Offenses
- Property Crimes
- Internet Crimes
- Parole / Probation Violation
- Habeas Petitions
- Juvenile Offenses
- Criminal Convictions and Immigration Consequences
Licensed in California, Nevada, and Utah, Jeremy Delicino graduated with honors in Italian literature from Yale University in 1998.
After working for Roche Pharmaceuticals in Milan, he returned to the United States and received his juris doctorate from UCLA in 2003. Since that time, Jeremy has concentrated his practice on the representation of individuals and companies faced with criminal charges or potential investigations.
In the News
"After a week of testimony and eight hours of deliberation, a 4th District Court jury in Spanish Fork found Roberto Miramontes Román not guilty of murdering the deputy, a slaying to which he had confessed to police only a day after Fox’s death." ~The Salt Lake Tribune
People v. K.PDefendant who was convicted of embezzlement in excess of $500,000 received straight probation and no jail time.
United States v. J.ADefendant who pled guilty to importing roughly 27 pounds of methamphetamine sentenced to 15 months in custody.
State of Utah v. AnonymousSuccessfully petitioned the Utah Board of Pardons for a full pardon of three prior convictions.
State v. C.S.Case against defendant charged with child abuse dismissed before preliminary hearing.
State v. G.O.Defendant who pled guilty to transportation of roughly 170 pounds of marijuana sentenced to unsupervised probation and no jail.