Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt leges. Biography Mr. Angerhofer was born in South Dakota and raised in the Western Slope of Colorado, where he graduated from Montrose High School.  He is a Vietnam veteran, having served four years in the U.S. Navy.  After an honorable discharge from the Navy, he went to Yugoslavia and Austria as a religious representative for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Mr. Angerhofer moved to Utah and obtained a bachelors degree  in Economics from BYU and a bachelors degree in Russian from the University of Utah.  Advanced degrees include an MBA from the Marriott School at BYU and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Utah.  Languages spoken include Russian, German and Serbo-Croatian, as well as English. Mr. Angerhofer is admitted to practice in both Utah and Colorado.  He is also admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Angerhofer provides legal services for juveniles and parents in Sanpete, Sevier and Millard County juvenile courts.  He also represents defendants in Sanpete District and Justice Courts.  Mr. Angerhofer provides civil rights and habeus corpus assistance to state inmates at the Utah State prison in Gunnison and at various county jails in Utah. Prior experience includes: Salt lake County Conflicts Public Defender, Utah County Conflicts Public Defender, Tooele County Public Defender, Psychiatric Security Review Board attorney for mental patients, Hearing Officer for the Utah State Tax Commission and Hearing Officer for the Salt Lake County Board of Equalization.   Sanpete County  Mr. Angerhofer and his wife Elaine currently live on a small farm in Sanpete County, Utah, where he grows hay and permits sheep grazing.  The place is called Mountainville Farms. The hay is sold on Copyright 2004-2020 by David J. Angerhofer, PC