Deven J. Coggins

Deven J. Coggins

Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins

298 24th Street, Ste. 230
Ogden, UT 84401

Phone: 801-475-0123


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About Deven J. Coggins

Deven J. Coggins is a native of Ogden, Utah, where he excelled at athletics, earning football scholarships to Dixie College and Brigham Young University. While at Brigham Young University, he earned a degree in Psychology and worked as a counselor for the State of Utah Department of Youth Corrections. Deven earned a Juris Doctorate from Lewis and Clark College, Northwestern School of Law. After completing law school, Deven practiced Criminal Law in Portland and then moved back to Utah. Deven has practiced Criminal Law, focusing on on DUI's since 1998. Deven also practices in all aspects of Family Law.

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