Attorney Joseph Jardine
After receiving his B.A. from Brigham Young University, Joseph Jardine studied at the University of Idaho’s College of Law, graduating with his juris doctor degree and quickly passing bar exams in both Idaho and Utah. With over 100 trials on his resume, Joseph possesses the knowledge and experience necessary to help Farmington and Davis County residents secure the futures they deserve. Located near the Davis County Courthouse, Joseph is well known and respected among legal employees and officials, and considers the firm’s close proximity as a “home court advantage.”
An avid participant in Utah’s vibrant arts scene, Joseph has acted in community plays and contributed to numerous theatrical productions. Joseph is also a huge supporter of the Boy Scouts of America, as well as a devoted father of six and a loving husband for nearly 20 years. Representing clients in Salt Lake City and throughout the state of Utah, criminal defense lawyer Joseph Jardine knows what it takes to protect your interests in court.
- J.D. — University of Idaho College of Law (Moscow, ID)
- B.A. — Brigham Young University (Provo, UT)
- Idaho State Bar
- Utah State Bar
Joseph enjoys participating in community plays as well as Utah’s vibrant musical theater scene. He also spent many years volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America. As passionate as he is about defending those in need, there is nothing on Earth that Joseph loves more than his six children and wife of nearly 20 years.
Graduating magna cum laude from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2002, Peter D. Goodall Esq., developed an interest in law while serving as a volunteer prison chaplain in the late ’90s. Peter spent seven years working for some of the best criminal defense firms in the Intermountain West before founding his own practice in 2009. A skilled and dedicated attorney, Peter is a valuable member of Jardine Law Offices, P.C.
- J.D. — Thomas M. Cooley School of Law (2002)
For years, Peter has volunteered regularly with the Volunteers of America at their Homeless Youth Outreach Center, for the Utah Aids Foundation, and for the non-profit Hope Medical Clinic. He enjoys his time at the gym every day and plays guitar in clubs and venues around the Wasatch Front with the heavy rock band, “Maiden Voyage.”