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About Us

The Utah Criminal Defense Law Ninjas

We practice people law. People law is the type of law focused on strengthening families, individuals, and businesses by personal connection and face-to-face interaction.

We believe that justice is an idea that can triumph only when living people make it so. We are dedicated to justice. We wish to run a business that is at once profitable while allowing us to promote the rights of our fellow community members. We will stand for the poor when they are in need and their cause is just. We will work for any responsible business. We will represent all races, creeds, religions, sexes, sexual orientations, and backgrounds.

We solve problems by applying the breadth of our legal knowledge and the depth of our practical experience. We operate with compassion. We act with zeal in everything we do. We carefully research every question before answering. We communicate with each client often and with clarity.

What is a Law Ninja?


A law ninja is more than just a lawyer. A law ninja is sophisticated, subtle, nuanced, cunning, and patient. It is someone who has creativity, and versatility, who is deadly in his legal strategy and tactics, and most of all, is a true warrior for justice.

We use precise insight, creativity, and excellent service to protect people accused of crimes so they can sleep well at night

We will work to get you out of jail as soon as humanly possible. We will represent you with passion and confidence. We utilize every opportunity to reduce impact upon your criminal record. More than anything we will help you to stand back up and defend yourself and your life.

Our Team

Thomas D. Weber J.D.

Thomas D. Weber J.D.

Thomas Weber is an aggressive, careful, and detail oriented defense attorney and litigator. His experience and focus is in defending misdemeanor and felony DUI, drug, violence, and white collar crime. If you have been arrested for any crime in Utah, he can help. Mr. Weber also takes specific consulting cases involving international law. Mr. Weber has worked for the international law firm, Anderson & Anderson LLP, in Shanghai, China. He has worked on civil litigation cases involving real property, contracts, business law, bankruptcy, and intellectual property and has defended hundreds of criminal cases. Mr. Weber served as an LDS missionary to Taichung, Taiwan from 2000-2002. Mr. Weber obtained his law degree from the University of Wyoming in 2009, and his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Utah in English in 2004. He holds an international law certificate from the East China University of Politics and Law. Mr. Weber is admitted to the Utah State Bar. Mr. Weber speaks Chinese and English. He currently resides in Sandy, Utah, but travels often to China and the Philippines.

James Restor

Mr. Restor is Weber Law’s legal assistant and has over 3 years of experience working in legal offices. Mr. Restor acquired his bachelors degree in International Business Management in Brigham Young University of Hawaii. He is currently in charge of assisting attorneys and clients through Weber Law’s complex schedule calendar and taking care of the Firm’s criminal process paperwork.
Camilah Restor

Camilah Restor

Camilah Restor is Weber Law’s billing manager. She receives all client payments and manages lawfirm expenses. Her work involves extensive client contact. Camilah has worked for Delta Airlines, Wells Fargo and Discover as a banker. She has also worked as an events planning professional for global clients. Ms. Restor has a B.S. in Psychology from Far Eastern University in Manila Philippines. She brightens our office with her beautiful smile and her outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills. Ms. Restor speaks fluent English and Filipino.
M. Cole Strickland J.D.

M. Cole Strickland J.D.

M. “Cole” Strickland is a diligent, analytical and passionate criminal defense attorney. His zealous advocacy for his clients is matched only by his work ethic and thorough preparation. He guides his clients through the litigation process with the same care and attention that he would give to a close personal friend or family member. After graduating Cum Laude with bachelor of science degrees in both political science and philosophy from the University of Utah, Mr. Strickland obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. Mr. Strickland is licensed to practice law in the state of Utah in both state and federal court. He has been listed on the Pro Bono Honor Roll in the Utah State Bar Journal for volunteering his legal services to help underprivileged individuals in the Salt Lake City community. Although Mr. Strickland has experience in personal injury and family law, his forte is criminal law.
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What to do When You’re in Trouble

Police and prosecutors are responsible to diligently pursue criminal charges whenever possible. If you or someone you love has been accused of a crime, you need to know your rights.

1. You have the right to remain silent. You should remain silent! The police can ask you questions. You do not have to answer them.

2. You have the right to have a qualified attorney represent you. Demand an attorney immediately.

3. Do not consent to any search of your self, your car, your home, your computer or cell phone, or any of your personal effects.


Our Clients Are Innocent Until Proven Guilty

We have successfully represented many people who are truly innocent but even if you have committed a crime there are many many things that we can do to help you including fighting the charges all the way to trial if necessary or negotiating plea deals so that you can potentially avoid jail, prison, fines, or a criminal record. We will fight just as aggressively for you regardless of whether you are innocent or guilty.

We have experience in defending all types of criminal cases. We are here and we are eager to help. Our results oriented attorneys will support you in your goals. You don’t have to go through this alone. We understand what you are going through and we can help.