After admitting to trading more than 200 child porn videos with others, a Layton man was sentenced to jail while his attorney explained his early exposure to pornography because of his parents.
A judge wants another mental evaluation to be done on a 30-year-old Layton man who pleaded guilty to murder and burglary.
An Armenian man said he entered a guilty plea unknowingly and involuntarily, but he was still sentenced on one count of attempted murder.
Ryan Keith Knight, 27, entered a guilty plea to one count of unlawful sexual activity with a 16- or 17-year-old, a third-degree felony. He was on probation for breaking his infant son’s leg and shoulder in 2013.
The state says the vehicle driver and a homeless man share blame for the 2013 death of Tiffany Phipps.
Kenneth William Prince, 63, who taught at South Ogden Junior High and was a Boy Scout leader, was convicted in 2013 for sexually exploiting teen boys.
Lawmakers respond to recent reports claiming Utah’s legal defense system is broken and unconstitutional.
Utah lawyers will defend a key part of the state’s law banning polygamy when they appear next year before a federal appeals court in Denver. The law was challenged by stars of the reality TV show “Sister Wives.”
A Utah judge’s order to take a baby away from its lesbian foster parents and place it with a heterosexual couple for the child’s well-being has raised concerns at the Utah Division of Child and Family Services.
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