5 Apr 2017
Signal for at least two seconds before changing lanes or get arrested. Romeo Lucero Olivarez activated his turn signal on an Interstate 15 exit ramp and in one [...]Read more In Utah, Signal for Two Seconds Before Changing Lanes
31 Mar 2017
A Family Trust May Be Considered Marital Property in Some Cases Smith v. Smith involves an appeal from a divorce decree, with a claim that the trial court [...]Read more When is a Family Trust Considered Marital Property in a Divorce?
23 Mar 2017
Conflicting Evidence and the Burden of Beyond a Reasonable Doubt Whether conflicting evidence can still result in a jury verdict beyond a reasonable doubt was [...]Read more Beyond a Reasonable Doubt with Conflicting Evidence
23 Feb 2017
Defending Assault Against School Employee Charges This was a case of a junior high school student’s (W.E.M.) appeal for assault against school employee, a class A [...]Read more Assault Against School Employee Charges Require Knowledge
12 Jan 2017
Confidential Informant Law A Utah County officer was informed by a confidential informant that M.G. was selling ecstasy and had plans to attend a rave with friends. [...]Read more Disclosing the Identity of a Confidential Informant
6 Jan 2017
In the matter of C.B.S. v. J.S.D. (In re E.K.S.), 2016 UT 56, Mother gave birth to her daughter (“E.K.S.”) while she was on probation and faced additional [...]Read more Appointment of Counsel in Parental Rights Cases
2 Nov 2016
The Inevitable Discovery Doctrine did not Apply in the Brierley Case Two Layton City police officers investigated a hit-and-run accident by entering a private [...]Read more How does the Inevitable Discovery Doctrine Apply to Warrantless Searches?