Nicolas Sanchez, Roy police shooting victim, was remembered at a rally in front of the Roy police headquarters.
The plaintiff claims a punch in the face required multiple brain surgeries and caused permanent brain damage.
This weekly listing of new and ongoing court cases details incidents in Weber and Davis counties between May 3 and May 12.
The Utah Office for Victims of Crime has approved an award to help cover counseling expenses for a 5-year-old boy who police say was choked at a Riverdale day care center last fall.
The injury that led to 8-month-old Lincoln Penland’s death most likely occurred during the hours he was at Tisha Morley’s Roy day care, a Minnesota-based forensic pathologist testified Thursday in 2nd District Court. But she disagreed with previous testimony about the cause of his death.
In a Utah Attorney General’s Office investigation, questions arose about the Davis County Jail staff’s sense of urgency and the level of attention it paid to Heather Miller, an inmate who died of a ruptured spleen.
A Utah judge has ruled that a teenager accused of shooting a 14-year-old girl will be tried in adult court
The fourth-most-powerful figure in Uganda sat in the courtroom of 2nd District Court Judge Michael DiReda this week.
Local soda shop franchise owners find it “silly” that Swig sued Sodalicious in 2015 in U.S. District Court. The case has yet to be resolved.
A doctor with the Utah Office of the Medical Examiner testified Monday about the injuries that led to 8-month-old Lincoln Penland’s death. Tisha Morley, a Roy home daycare provider, is accused of child abuse homicide in connection with his death.