Multiple county attorneys and public defenders, including Utah County Attorney David Leavitt, are speaking out against a bill being considered by the Utah State Legislature that would repeal bail reform that lawmakers passed last year.
OGDEN — A sexual abuse case against an Ogden portrait photographer is moving forward now that he has been judged mentally competent to stand trial.
BRIGHAM CITY — An additional mental evaluation is in the works for a Californian charged in the 2019 shooting death of a Salt Lake City man on Interstate 84.
OGDEN — Prosecutors urged a judge Thursday to uphold the legality of a police interrogation in which a Pleasant View man confessed to shooting two people in an aborted drug buy.
OGDEN — A defense attorney has asked for a jury trial in the case of an Ogden man accused of assaulting his son for not wanting to go on a church mission.
OGDEN — A crime spree that included a robbery-kidnapping, a shooting and a high-speed chase ending in a crash has netted an Ogden man five consecutive prison terms.
OGDEN — An Ogden man has pleaded guilty to a pair of charges arising from a hit-and-run crash that critically injured a teen scooter rider.
OGDEN — A suspect’s refusal to give his cellphone unlock code to police is protected by the 5th Amendment, the Utah Court of Appeals ruled in overturning an Ogden man’s three first-degree felony convictions.
OGDEN — Mandy Lopez said she watched her best friend die and then ran for her own life, bleeding from a .45-caliber bullet wound.
Two more Northern Utah cities have filed answers to a civil lawsuit over the death of an Ogden man killed in a police shooting.
SALT LAKE CITY — Former Davis County prosecutor Cristina Ortega has been appointed to a 2nd District Court judgeship in Ogden.
The Utah Court of Appeals has overturned a $1.87 million wrongful-death verdict that a jury reached against a truck driver in the 2015 death of a Clearfield man on Interstate 15 in Riverdale.
OGDEN — A Pleasant View man accused of killing his estranged girlfriend and dumping her body in Ogden Canyon is headed to trial.
OGDEN — A court is scheduled Wednesday, Feb. 10, to review the mental competency of an Ogden portrait photographer accused of sexually abusing two customers.
FARMINGTON — More than four years after a Davis County Jail inmate bled to death internally while a nurse failed to check her vital signs, a federal civil rights suit over the death has moved one step closer to trial.
OGDEN — Friends and family testified Tuesday that teen murder suspect Brandon Parker has a job and a supportive home lined up if he can raise bail to gain his release pending trial.
FARMINGTON — A judge heard final arguments Friday on whether to release copyrighted standards used to run Utah’s county jails, a case that attorneys say has wider implications for public access to government records in the state.
FARMINGTON — A former Roy High School teacher has begun serving a pair of prison terms after pleading guilty to enticing a minor for sex.
OGDEN — A judge determined Monday that an Ogden attorney violated professional ethics rules by pocketing and spending a client’s lawsuit settlement and lying about it after he was caught.
OGDEN — As Bob and Jean Tonioli were returning from a Baltic vacation in 2011, Bob became ill and died in a New York City hospital.
OGDEN — An Ogden man accused of firing five shots into a car full of people, critically injuring one, has been judged mentally competent to stand trial.
The court fight about alleged wiretapping is over, but there’s plenty of acrimony still swirling between two camps of Utah Republican Party activists.
FARMINGTON — Joshua Schoenenberger is pursuing an appeal to the Utah Court of Appeals of his conviction in the 2015 murder of a 2-year-old boy who suffered extensive blunt-force injuries.
FARMINGTON — Witnesses called by Davis County in its effort to keep certain jail standards confidential have testified the information’s release would significantly damage the private copyright holders.
FARMINGTON — Police arrested a woman wanted in an Amber Alert Wednesday night and found her 2-week-old boy hidden in a closet, according to charging documents.
A Syracuse man has pleaded guilty to illegally digging in the Fort Yellowstone cemetery in a fruitless search for the Forrest Fenn treasure, a challenge triggered by a Santa Fe art dealer and author.
OGDEN — An Eden-area man faces five felony counts in connection with his alleged attempt to create a false will in the name of his late wife in an apparent bid to secure control of her assets.
CLEARFIELD — The Clearfield man who was killed in his home earlier this month was found holding a baseball bat when police arrived on scene, according to newly released court documents.
A state court has rejected a group of Utah Republican caucus system hard-liners’ defamation lawsuit against a party activist who widely criticized their actions.
MORGAN — Six people fighting for a referendum vote on the Wasatch Peaks Ranch ski resort now face a $5 million suit filed against them by the developer.
One of two defendants has been dropped from a lawsuit in which three Utah Republican Party officials from Weber County alleged a committee meeting was wiretapped.
The Diesel Brothers of reality TV fame are appealing a federal court judgment that penalized them for $848,000 in Clean Air Act violations.
OGDEN — A landlord has filed a federal court lawsuit to stop the demolition of a Grant Avenue duplex declared dangerous by Ogden City.
The Utah Supreme Court and Utah Judicial Council issued an administrative order on Saturday that, among other things, instructs district court and justice court judges to suspend all civil and criminal jury trials until after June 1.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court case centered on Kerry Gibson’s bid to block release of a police probe into his tenure as Weber County commissioner has taken a step forward.
SALT LAKE CITY — A Kaysville man who pleaded guilty to threatening members of the U.S. Congress was sentenced to time served and a probation term last week.
FARMINGTON — The Davis County Sheriff’s Office has released body camera footage of a February arrest in West Point where gunshots were fired by one Davis deputy.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Diesel Brothers reality TV stars must pay $848,000 for modifying, marketing and selling pickup trucks with emission control defeat devices installed, a judge has ruled.
OGDEN — The Weber County Attorney’s Office has ruled that the actions of four Ogden Police officers who shot and killed an Ogden man last August were justified.
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s top federal prosecutor offered a bit of criticism for the state’s lawmakers, as he said a federal program in Ogden is targeting criminals that have slipped through the cracks of the state system.
OGDEN — In the latest motion filed by attorneys for one of two Ogden residents accused of killing their daughter in 2017, defense counsel argues the death penalty is unconstitutional and qualifies as “cruel and unusual punishment.”
OGDEN — Despite a last-ditch effort to get his murder conviction dismissed, an Ogden teen was sentenced to a prison term Wednesday morning.
SALT LAKE CITY — A California man who escaped the Weber County Jail last week is now facing a federal charge in connection with the escape.
OGDEN — An Ogden man accused of possessing child pornography was also an alleged suspect in two prior sex offenses in Weber County.
OGDEN — An Ogden man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a shooting on 25th Street was sentenced to prison last Monday.
OGDEN — Federal officials say nearly 90 cases have been filed in federal court under Ogden’s Project Safe Neighborhoods since local efforts began in 2018.
MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho — A man who escaped the Weber County Jail earlier this week was arrested by state police in Idaho, according to the U.S. Marshal Service.
FARMINGTON — A Layton man has been accused of kidnapping a woman and child and holding them against their will in his home for at least two weeks.
OGDEN — Prosecutors allege that a Pleasant View man in the Weber County Jail actively helped another inmate escape the jail earlier this week.
HARRISVILLE — The driver convicted last year in connection with a deadly crash stemming from the presence of THC in her system has dropped her appeal in the matter.
OGDEN — An Ogden man is facing an attempted murder charge after allegedly attacking two people on Saturday in Ogden.