Utah Lawyer Craig Johnson

The Justice Files: Clearing One’s Name Part 2

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 Utah) – Robert Ehmann understood he was going to jail.

He was in handcuffs and headed to Lone Peak’s police department. On police body cam, he calmly followed orders and got in the car. Police were also cordial.

He wasn’t expecting this outcome after getting a text message from his landlord at 1:30 in the morning.

“She had an uncooperative AirBNB guest and she had asked him to leave and he was not leaving,” recalled Ehmann.

With a gun in hand, Ehmann went upstairs and told him to leave…

In the end, officers arrested him for aggravated assault. Prosecutors later charged him with displaying a handgun during a fight, a Class A misdemeanor.

Nicholas was given a citation for trespassing.

Johnson tried to get prosecutors to drop charges. He said they refused, but in the end, the charges were dismissed because there were no witnesses.

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Utah Lawyer Craig Johnson

Justice Files: Good Samaraitan Arrested Part 1

This is part 1 of a 2 part release.

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 Utah) – Robert Ehnmann thought he was doing his landlord a favor.

She was the owner of a bread and breakfast in Highland and was having trouble with one of the tenants. She wanted him evicted and asked Ehmann for help. That’s when everything went sideways and a 911 call was needed.

Dispatch: “911 what’s the address of your emergency?”
Ehmann: “Hello I have a gentleman on my property and I have a gun in my possession…”

“(Nicholas) was the unruly belligerent party,” said Craig Johnson. “(It’s) ironic that they would kick him out by saying you are out of control but he had more credibility than my client and then they arrested my client. It was very perplexing how they reached that result.”

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