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Widow of Trece gang member killed in prison sues state for $20M

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Chelsie Vigil of Ogden is suing in federal court on behalf of her two young children and her dead husband’s mother. Jeffrey Vigil was stabbed and beaten March 14 at the Utah State Prison and died the next day.


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Clearfield man pleads guilty to rape after fathering 2 kids with underage girl

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A Clearfield man accused of rape pleaded guilty Tuesday after previously requested birth certificates were found to implicate him. Fidencio Chora Chazares, 62, entered guilty pleas to one count of attempted rape of a child and one count of rape after impregnating an underage girl twice....


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Attorney wants judge thrown off case in Weber County sex harassment saga

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An attorney representing a woman in a sexual harassment lawsuit against Weber County government wants a federal judge to be thrown off the case for alleged bias. April Hollingsworth, lawyer for former Weber County justice court clerk Marcia Eisenhour, filed a motion Thursday seeking U.S....


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ACLU wins skirmish in fight against Ogden gang injunction

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A federal judge has agreed to consolidate lawsuits filed by two Ogden men represented by the American Civil Liberties Union in an ongoing fight against the Ogden City and Weber County gang injunction.


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Four nominees named for Sunset City justice court vacancy

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A comment period will be held until Sept. 26, before a final candidate is selected by Sunset City Mayor Beverly MacFarlane, who has 30 days to make an appointment.


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Jury trial for man charged with murder moved to 2017

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FARMINGTON — A judge rescheduled a jury trial to the early part of 2017 for a Roy man accused of stabbing his estranged wife to death in front of their children. Joe Castillo, 47, appeared in 2nd District Court with his attorney, Bernie Allen, on Tuesday, Sept. 13. RELATED: Murder...


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Man pleads guilty but mentally ill to child sex abuse, child pornography

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Hatch’s attorney, Randall Marshall, said Hatch was willing to plead guilty to one count of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony; and to four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, second degree felonies. But those guilty pleas would be entered stating Hatch was...


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Federal charges could be filed against Ogden man accused of assault

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The Weber County case filed against Jory Fenstermaker, 22, is being screened for federal charges.


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Lawsuits advance over Altice's sex with Davis High students

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School officials deny warning teacher about 'sexualized attire'. Attorneys on both sides agree the possibility is low for resolving the civil court cases before trial.


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Woman shot in eye appeals to circuit court in excessive force case

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District Judge Tena Campbell in Salt Lake City in August dismissed Kristine Biggs Johnson’s lawsuit against Morgan County and Sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Scott Peay.


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